Every couple that walks down the aisle and says their vows believes that they will be together forever. That's the point of getting married, right? But the fact of the matter is that many marriages ultimately fail, and the divorcing spouses have to go about the legal process of ending their marriage. This can be confusing at first, and the splitting spouses will have a lot of questions about what they are supposed to do.
So let's talk about that today: what should you do when you get a divorce/ Well, the first thing you need to do is take care of your children during this process, if you have children. They will be confused about what this means for them and your family, and you need to be there to support them during this time of change.
You should also be very calm and collected throughout the divorce because being angry and stressed out will only make t harder for you, personally, to deal with this moment in your life -- in addition to making it more difficult to negotiate critical issues in your divorce.
Also, you need to be willing to work together with your soon-to-be-former spouse on some issues. Taking a hard-line stance can often prolong the divorce and make it more painful for all parties involved.
Last but not least: don't hide assets or lie about your property. This will only cause more problems for you down the line.
Source: FindLaw, "The Divorce Process: Do's and Don'ts," Accessed Dec. 7, 2017