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What should I tell my children about a pending divorce?

Divorce brings on many changes for all members of a family. Of course, spouses will have many adjustments to make as well as things to negotiate. But some of the greatest challenges are endured by the children. Children need structure and stability and while a divorce may provide this in the long run, early in the process it can create confusion and uncertainty. Adapting to new living arrangements can be difficult for children as they love and depend on both of their parents.

Spouses can hide assets in many ways

If you are going through a divorce, you may want the whole thing to be over as soon as possible. After all, even if it's for the best, the divorce process can be stressful and fraught with conflict. Moreover, certain aspects of a divorce have the potential to become complicated and drawn out. However, it is important to remember that once a divorce decree is signed, it can be difficult to change. This means it is best to be thorough when working out the details.