When a Wyoming couples decides to move forward with the process of ending their marriage, they will have to divide marital property. Property division is often one of the most complex aspects of divorce, and it can be even more complicated when the couple owns a family-run business. Deciding what will happen to a small business is not easy, but it will likely work one of three ways.
The marital dissolution process is usually difficult to navigate, not only emotionally but also from a paperwork standpoint. Nonetheless, people who are planning to get divorced can control their levels of preparation ahead of their divorce proceedings. A couple of steps can make the process of preparing for divorce seamless in Wyoming.
Divorce changes everything. Just about every aspect of life is altered in some way. With so much to adapt to and so many details to work out, things get overlooked. One commonly forgotten detail is life insurance. In a Wyoming divorce, does the ex-spouse still get to be the beneficiary of one's life insurance policy?
When people in Wyoming get married, they usually expect their marriages to last decades. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. The reality is that nearly 11 percent of people who are above 14 years old in the United States have experienced divorce and have yet to remarry. Although couples end up divorcing for a variety of reasons, there are a few common causes of marital breakups.
Ending a marriage is often fraught with negativity. When two people decide to divorce, it is not typically a choice that comes with happiness; however, there are ways to focus on the positive. Two authors recently wrote a book that advises readers to apply techniques from a popular Netflix series "Tidying Up With Marie Kondo" to their divorce. Here's how the home organization method from the series can be adapted for divorcing individuals here in Wyoming.
Whether one lives in a bustling eastern city or on the prairies of Wyoming, the emotions associated with divorce are the same. A wide range of emotions are normal, including anger, loneliness and disappointment, among many others. Grief can be thought of as the accumulation of all these. Working through grief after or during a bitter divorce can be tricky, but it can be done.
Amazon founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos, and his wife of 25 years, MacKenzie Bezos, have announced that they are getting divorced. Amazon shareholders in Wyoming and around the world will be watching to see how this enormously wealthy couple's assets will be divided and the impact that division will have on the value and future of the company. As the world's richest man, Jeff Bezos's divorce will likely be one of the most expensive, if not the most expensive, ever.
At one time, about half of all marriages in the United States ended in divorce. Thanks to the millennials, who like to do things their own way, that number has actually dropped in recent years. Due to several factors, millennials tend to delay marriage until an older age. This practice has contributed to their lower chances of divorce, dropping the divorce rate in Wyoming and nationwide. According to recent studies, there are several factors one can consider to estimate his or her own chances of one day becoming a divorcee.
Divorce can be an emotionally draining process full of frustration, anger and loneliness. Many Wyoming couples have ended their relationship with such contempt that they no longer can include each other in their lives. This is especially troubling when there are children involved, as they become the innocent victims caught in the crossfire. Divorce doesn't have to be this way: a true friendship can survive divorce. By following some basic tips, a couple can approach their separation with a positive attitude that is productive instead of destructive, leading to a better outcome for the whole family.
Everyone in Wyoming knows what a divorce is, but what is a gray divorce? Gray divorce is a term used to refer to the increasing number of divorces for couples of advanced age. When most people hear of a couple going through a divorce, they often think of young or middle-aged couples, but the age group with the fastest growing divorce rate is that of the 50-year-old or older age group. In fact, divorce rates in this age group have doubled in the past 20 years while divorce rates in other age groups have decreased.