When Washington couples marry, they likely do not enter the relationship thinking that they will get divorced. Unfortunately, even after years of marriage, divorce may be on the horizon when relationships become difficult. Celebrity chef and former Iron Chef America star Cat Cora and her wife Jennifer Cora recently found themselves in such a situation after both parties filed for divorce.
When Washington parents are going through divorce, it is likely that their children are one of their main concerns. Child custody terms are often points of negotiation that can become stressful, and if the proceedings drag on, discussing and changing terms for custody and other divorce aspects can become tiring. However, individuals likely want to remain focused on their end-goals in order to avoid terms that could prove problematic in the future.
When an individual owns a business, he or she may fear the effects divorce could have on the business's ownership and value. Whether a person owns a business by him or herself or co-owns a business with his or her spouse, property division could have a considerable impact that could cause many individuals to worry. However, Washington residents may be able to take steps to ensure that they are working toward the outcome they find most desirable.
The desire to end a marriage could come at any point during a Washington resident's life. It was recently reported that it is becoming increasingly more common for individuals in their older years to divorce. Some individuals suggest that this increase could be due to older individuals being on their second marriages, and issues that occasionally come along with additional marriages may lead to stress that, in turn, leads to divorce.