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Things to consider if divorcing later in life.

People grow throughout the course of their relationships and sometimes they grow apart. If this does happen, there is no formula to calculate how long the process will take. Sometimes the priorities couples have when they are beginning a marriage change over the course of many years. Every divorce is unique, but they are rarely easy and more often than not they are very stressful. For some couples, the decision to divorce will come later on in their lives and this involves particular things you will want to consider.

Why your former spouse's newest divorce matters

Sometimes, after couples divorce they end up leading truly separate lives. However, many couples remain connected by children, friends, business and other mutual interests. If you are at all connected to your former spouse and your former spouse is going through another divorce, it is important to be cautious in how you handle this news.

Do family vacations increase the chance of divorce?

If you've ever gone on a vacation, chances are you've experienced the post-vacation blues. After having the time of your life in a new place, it can be difficult to go back to monotonous "normal" life. Unfortunately, the post-vacation blues do not always go away without consequences. In fact, a recent study suggests that family vacations can pose a danger to marriages. 

3 Issues that add complexity to business owner divorce

If you are a business owner, you probably drew up a contract when you formed the company. Decisions about the structure of the business and what to do if one partner later wanted out were important initial considerations.

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