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Couples can benefit from creating a divorce statement

For those in Colorado who follow celebrity news, it would seem as if 2015 has been a difficult year for celebrity marriages. Each week in recent months has seen the announcement of one or more high-profile divorce cases, in industries ranging from film, television, music and more. While each divorce case is unique, regardless of the level of fame that the spouses have achieved, celebrity divorces often share something in common: the divorce statement. For the rest of us, there are valuable lessons to be learned in the example set forth by most high-profile couples.

Taking a new job during a Colorado divorce

A large part of any divorce involves estimating the amount of income and assets that each spouse will have once the process is complete. For a Colorado spouse who has been financially dependent on his or her partner throughout the course of the marriage, this is an especially pressing concern and can also be the source of a great deal of stress. When a spouse in that position is offered a job, it can be difficult to decide whether to take the offer or wait until the divorce is made final.

Divorce will create a new relationship with one's spouse

For many Colorado spouses, frustrations and disappointments define the timeframe leading up to a divorce. Some spouses wish that they could simply walk away from their marriage and never have to interact with their former partner again. In reality, however, divorce doesn't negate the relationship one has with an ex; it simply changes the form of that relationship.

Create a budget for the years following a divorce

When it comes to planning for one's future as a single person, few things are more important than having a grasp on the financial aspect of life on one's own. The best way to reach that goal is through the creation of a comprehensive budget, which includes a significant cushion to accommodate the many unexpected expenses that can arise when one is transitioning from a dual household to a single one. For those in Colorado who are able to create and maintain a budget, the post-divorce years can be far easier to navigate.

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