It is not uncommon to be worried about your credit scores if you are dealing with a difficult financial situation. After all, credit scores are used by lenders to determine the “creditworthiness” of potential borrowers. Credit scores can affect your ability to secure loans or certain types of employment.
The digital trail of memories can exacerbate the distress often caused by divorce. When emotions run high, some ex-spouses may use those same outlets to make posts that may hurt them later on.
Impending divorce tends to conjure up images of “custody” (timesharing) battles over children, or disputes surrounding residence in the family home. But what happens to those other important parts of the family; pets?
Married people save money by sharing household expenses. But when divorce strikes, the couple's bills may suddenly double. You need to pay two electric bills, two mortgages and (hopefully) two vacations — often from the same income base. Many people worry that getting divorced will lower their standard of living or that their former spouses will "take them to the cleaners."