When parents split, the decisions and information that must be managed between co-parents can be overwhelming and hard to track. Technology is entering the realm of useful tools parents may rely on during and after a divorce. Virginia parents may find some new apps can make communication and accountability more accessible and can be incorporated into a custody and visitation agreement.
Divorce leads to a lot of changes for any couple regardless of the circumstances. For many Virginia couples, a divorce will lead to an upheaval of finances in the both the short term and the long term. These changes can also impact one party's career path or the need for one party to work.
The process of dividing marital property may be simple for some couples. However, more likely than not, there are bound to be hiccups along the way for most couples. If Virginia couples know what particular hiccups may slow down or create obstacles to a fair property division agreement ahead of time, that couple may be able to reach an agreement quicker or enlist the proper help to ensure a fair settlement.