We have all heard negative stories about divorce. The word divorce often elicits images of a nasty process. We think of anger, big arguments, court hearings and negativity It is easy to see why this would be the case. Most people do not take a vow and build a life with the expectation of it ending with divorce.
It probably comes as little surprise that people who work in some fields have higher rates of divorce than others by the age of 30. The field with the highest divorce rate? Those who are military first-line enlisted supervisors. The U.S Census Data found that these individuals had a 30 percent divorce rate. That career path involves coordinating enlisted personnel activities and leading operations.
When you're getting a divorce, you need to separate your finances. That can be difficult if you have many shared accounts. Fortunately, if you take it one item at a time, you can separate all your accounts so neither of you is liable for the other's actions after the divorce.