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Should we divorce or stay together for the kids' sake?

For couples with children, it may be agonizing to make the decision to end a marriage. Some couples in Arizona may decide to stay together for the sake of the children rather than to divorce. That might be the right decision, but in some circumstances, it might not be what's best for the children. It's a difficult decision. Whatever a couple decides is going to come with strong emotions.

What happens to all those rewards points during a divorce?

There are many considerations on the table when a couple decides that parting ways is the only solution to a difficult situation. Apart from the more pressing issues facing Arizona couples who make the decision to divorce -- such as child custody, child support and spousal support -- are the division of assets. Included in those assets might be rewards racked up by using points cards. What should become of them?

Strategies to minimize the impact of divorce on your job

Professional people take pride in the work they do. When something happens that impacts life circumstances, it could affect job performance, but there are some things Arizona residents who are going through such things -- like a divorce -- can do to minimize its effects. The divorce process can take up a lot of time, so it is vital those going through it have a handle on the tasks they need to complete.

What happens to points, rewards during a divorce?

These days, there are many rewards systems in place that allow consumers to rack up points or dollars when they buy particular items -- like an air miles card, for instance. When an Arizona couple decides to divorce, one of the issues on the table might be what to do with those points and/or rewards. In a nutshell, these kinds of things are handled like other marital assets and are up for division -- if they were amassed during the course of the marriage.

Arizona divorce: How to tell if your spouse is hiding assets

Many Arizona married couples share all things equally regarding their finances. They have jointly owned bank accounts and are transparent regarding spending habits, savings and other financial issues. Other spouses, however, leave financial tasks to one or the other spouse. Either way, if a divorce occurs, both spouses must be aware of all assets and liabilities that will affect settlement.

Financial control needed when divorce is looming

The writing is on the wall and it is only a matter of time before action must be taken. Once things get to this point, the Arizona spouse needs to begin prioritizing things and take stock of the current financial situation. Of course, it would be prudent if such action had already occurred; however, this is not always the case when a divorce is looming.

Helpful tips for those going through a divorce

The process of ending a marriage is difficult, emotionally challenging and complicated for every member of an Arizona family. Divorce is rarely easy, but there are some simple ways to make this process a little easier. In turn, this can lead to a more reasonable divorce settlement and an easier transition into post-divorce life, especially for parents who will have to share custody of children going forward.

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