The busy summer season can unfortunately add stress to a marriage in Minnesota. For this reason, it is not uncommon for dissatisfied couples to begin exploring the possibility of divorce. Here are a couple of tips for navigating the beginning of a divorce proceeding during the summer months.
People get divorced because they can no longer live together. But if you and your spouse have children, you’ll most likely be stuck with each other even after the divorce. Adding a nasty courtroom battle to your list of conflicts isn’t always a great idea.
During the divorce process in Minnesota, two parents may be most concerned about how their children will cope with their marital breakup. For this reason, child custody can quickly become a bone of contention between them, and unfortunately, this can have an undesirable impact on the children's mental states and emotional well-being. However, they can take steps to protect their children's best interests emotionally once the divorce has been filed.