If you watch TV court dramas, you know that divorce can be an adversarial process in which lawyers and their clients fight tooth and nail for money, validation and custody of the couples’ kids. One spouse is portrayed as evil or heartless and the other, a beleaguered saint. In the end, someone wins and the other loses.
Many Pasadena couples who are in the midst of getting a divorce may own or be involved in a family business. Sometimes, they even both own stock in the business or each have some sort of managerial role in the business's affairs.
As wonderful of a place as a Pasadena is to live, many parents in the area may find themselves having to move to another part of California or even a different state altogether.
Divorce can be a stressful and expensive process. But if you let the emotional burden prevent you from staying on top of the practical aspects of your case, it could end up costing you financially. Here are three tips to help keep you focused during a divorce—which will also save you money.