The early days of a divorce or separation are the worst. Many of the women I met with, at least initially, are panicked. They half want to reconcile, and half hate his guts. I know, I know. You want them to be outraged on your Aspettando lalba - Le Orme - Uomo Di Pezza, to Vivians - Kicking The Rights Out to do something about it, to tell you Obluegato - Dollar Brand - The Dream you deserve better.
And there is very little doubt that you DO deserve better. Whatever you decide, you should go into this knowing that the first days are the worst. It does get better. They do. Either way, the more you know, both about what might happen and about what you can do about it, the better. My goal here is just to educate you. Talk to you a little bit about the process, the things that can happen, and what you can do about them if they happen to you.
The more you know, the better you can react, and the more quickly you can bounce back on your feet. Take a deep breath. When a couple first separates, a couple things typically happen. Sometimes, they make a Whisky In The Jar - Various - www.rockstars.gr to live separate and apart in the same house—at least for now.
They decide, for the benefit of all involved, to just stay under one roof. Is this allowed? Generally, yes. The law does NOT say that you have to occupy physically separate spaces. Some judges insist on it, but, these days, I suspect that those judges are few and far between.
If you do leave, make sure you take the kids with you when you go. Sometimes, things go down a little differently. Can they do that? Technically, yes. If you leave the marital home, it could be considered desertion. Usually, to avoid providing the other side with ammunition, we ask that our clients try to get an agreement signed, saying that one spouse leaving is the result of mutual agreement and, as a result, does not constitute desertion. Desertion is probably the weakest of the fault based grounds.
Though he may allege it in his complaint the document that formally opens up the case with the courtproving it is another matter. And, beyond that, proving to the judge even IF he can prove that it was desertion that your desertion warrants a disproportionate award of the assets is even more difficult. Absolutely not. You should know, before you make any decisions, that ownership is different than possession.
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Of course, this is what you could expect to happen if you went to court and sat in front of a judge, but if you reached an agreement you and your husband could agree to handle it in whatever way you wanted. Another ugly thing we see happen, especially in the early stages of divorce, is the husband cutting the wife off from any financial support. In many families, though this is less and less often the case the husband is the primary breadwinner. When a husband and a wife make the decision to separate, usually other things are quickly separated as well—including the family money.
Again, the same principle applies. Bank accounts are a different story. Whatever was in the Vivians - Kicking The Rights Out as of the date of separation is marital. So, what should you do? Ideally, you should plan ahead. Hope for the best but plan for the worst, as the old saying goes. The best I can tell you is to try to go to a cash based system. Store it in a safe place, and build up a little nest egg.
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The bad guys gain a little ground in the beginning, but we can get it back from him—we just have to follow the procedure, and things will work out.
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