Divorce, moving on and setting up a new house
When it comes to the divorce, you may not get the house. In fact, neither of you may end up with the house, so you will need to learn how to move on and set up a new house for your comfort. Maybe you will look for an apartment, condo, or you may find yourself wanting to purchase a home. You will want to be sure that you know what you want in the divorce. You may want the house, but not fight for it and lose it. You may also want the house and get it, but then you realize you can't afford the place by yourself.
You may end up single, with children, and no income or little income. It can be hard for you to move on and purchase a home. If you have a less painful divorce and still talk civilized to your ex, you may want to ask them to keep their name on the house. If you have a co-ownership, you will both own the house and you can both continue to pay the taxes and the mortgage. This is very rare, but there are some couples who that in sake of the children.
The judge will also take that in mind when it come to the child support. However, it may just be best if you get a smaller house. With a new and smaller home, you can sell your other home, stay somewhere near the area, and still be able to avoid your home. It's like trading your car in, it will help pay for the next one. It can be easy to trade down. With the downgrade, you children may feel like they have just lost their security bubble, but if you tell them that you are going to try to make everything feel like home and ask them to give the move a shot, and then you can begin to make a new home for your family and friends to enjoy. The first step to making a new home is to try to make everything seem a little familiar. The children will appreciate the thought and effort. You will to match the color of their rooms and try to make their rooms like similar to the original. This way the kids will have a safe haven once again.
If the kids are open to the divorce, then you may want to give them the change to decorate their room. When you decorate the rooms like they would like, they may have an easier time excepting the divorce and the kids will be fine. As for the rest of the house, you can decorate it the way you would like. If you would like to have certain colors in your home, then go for it. If your kids are older than you should involve them in the decorating process so that they feel more comfortable in their room. You can place the furniture anywhere in your home and you can do whatever you would like with the home and not have to worry about what your husband or wife would think because it doesn't matter. You will want to make sure that your kids are involved in the process of sitting up home so that they can get use to the house and being away from their original home and friends. If you have any children still in school, you don't want to move out of the school district because you don't want to uproot the kids. You will want to make the move as smooth as possible for the children.
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