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What are you doing to prevent these divorce mistakes?

When going through a divorce, you never want to find yourself making mistakes. Instead, you want to stay on the right track from start to finish.

This is easier said than done, of course. Even if you have the best of intentions, there is always a chance you could make a mistake along the way. Here are a handful you'll want to avoid if at all possible:

  • Losing your cool. It's never easy to bite your tongue, but you don't want to lose your cool to the point of making things worse. Depending on the circumstances, this could land you in legal hot water.
  • Abusing social media. Even if you're a social media star, you don't want to spend any time online talking about your divorce or flaunting a new relationship.
  • Hiding money or assets. It may sound like a good idea initially, but hiding marital assets from your spouse can actually get you into a lot of trouble if you get caught. You need to be honest about all your assets, making sure the court is aware of them. It can be frustrating to divide your marital property, but it's all part of the process.

If you don't have a plan in place for preventing these divorce mistakes, there's a chance that one or more of them could adversely affect the outcome of your divorce.

It's always wise to learn about your legal rights in a Maryland divorce. With this knowledge, you'll have the confidence you need to address your concerns and be able to cope with anything that comes your way.

Source: Men's Fitness, "Divorce Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Life," Sam DeHority & Sunil Ramsamooj, accessed Feb. 07, 2018

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