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Steps to take following a high-asset divorce

Going through a marital breakup in Maryland can be a dizzying experience from start to finish. Following a divorce, especially a high-asset divorce, individuals may feel at a loss when it comes to determining next steps. Here are a couple of important things to do once a divorce proceeding has been finalized.

For starters, women who have just gotten divorced may want to change their last names and then update their driver’s licenses accordingly. In addition, divorced individuals would be wise to switch their emergency contacts from their exes to other parties. At the same time, they may want to update their estate plans. Transferring an ex-spouse’s name off paperwork related to a home or vehicle that is no longer co-owned is another important step post divorce. Finally, it is critical that people who have moved as a result of their divorce change their addresses with the post office.

Also, following divorce, individuals may want to schedule sessions with a counselor. A counselor can help with processing feelings and serve as part of a divorced individual’s emotional support system. Failure to enlist the help of a counselor may cause a person to continue to struggle with unresolved emotions, which can lead to major emotional and even health issues long term.

No divorce proceeding, especially a high-asset divorce proceeding, is easy to navigate. However, an attorney in Maryland can walk a person through the divorce process, including matters such as child custody and child support, alimony and asset distribution. The attorney will take the necessary steps to make sure that his or her client’s best interests are protected from start to finish.

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