Divorce can be a nerve-wracking process. Regardless of how you perceive separation and divorce, splitting with a life partner is often a painful and stressful experience. Also, many people fear they will lose their properties, or that it will ruin their financial situation.
Military divorce may arguably be more complex due to the additional regulations and rules that govern settlements. In this article, we look at some of the mistakes to avoid:
Trying to Hide Assets
Right from the start, commit to being honest about your financial situation and assets. It is not uncommon for people to either want to revenge or to try and anticipate that their partner will cheat during the process. Such ideas can make you feel justified to cheat.
Dishonesty will compromise any agreements that are already in place. Some actions can amount to fraud and could lead to serious criminal charges. At the very least, you could lose ground in your divorce case. Make an effort