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Plan carefully when divorcing a narcissist

Narcissistic people are difficult to deal with. In some ways, they take every situation as a challenge or a contest. When you are married to a narcissist, you might have learned how to deal with this superior attitude. What you might not realize is that you are going to have to reevaluate your strategy if you opt to end your marriage to the narcissist.

Get along with your ex to make custody matters easier

We recently discussed how you and your ex trying to get along in a child custody situation might help your children to adjust to the new situation. The truth here is that getting along can also make the arrangement much easier for you.

When deciding custody, what does the judge want to know?

Do you feel as though you tried everything to work out a custody arrangement with the other parent? Were you unable to reach an acceptable compromise? Are you now facing an impasse that means that you and the other parent will need to rely on the court to make a decision for you?

What's your business really worth? It matters during a divorce.

When a Colorado couple decides to move forward with a divorce, the process will involve the division of marital property and resolving other important issues, such as child custody. Property division is one the most hotly contested issues in a divorce, and this is particularly true for couples with an interest in valuable assets, such as a small business. 

Think carefully about a plan when you leave an abuser

The forms of domestic violence that might be present in a relationship can range from trying to control the person through violence or by using mental tricks to gain the upper hand. In all of these cases, the victim of the domestic violence is the person who will suffer.

Using money to control a spouse is domestic abuse

Financial abuse is something that many people don't think about when they are in a marriage. There are some cases in which a spouse might use money to control the other spouse. This is actually a form of domestic abuse, so it is imperative that everyone understands some points about this.

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