Bebout, Potere, Cox & Bennion, P.C.
Call Now For The Answers You Need:
Your Story Is Important And We Listen To Every Word Of It.
View Our Practice Areas

Going on vacation after your divorce

The process of bringing marriage to an end can be difficult, in some instances, or relatively straightforward and uncomplicated. Ending a marriage can cause some people to feel very stressed out and those who feel like this after a divorce may look for ways to relieve some of their anxiety. For some people, this could mean going on a vacation, while others may pick up a new hobby or devote more of their free time to friends and loved ones. If you plan on going on a trip after your divorce, this could be very beneficial, but there are a number of things you may need to take into consideration.

First, divorce can bring up various unexpected issues. For example, someone may think that their divorce will be relatively amicable and that serious problems will not surface, only to find themselves in the midst of a heated dispute over how custody will be divided. Or, someone may not expect to be financially impacted by divorce to such an extent. Moreover, the divorce process can be more time-consuming and draining than some people realize, and every case is different.

As a result, it is important to be flexible with respect to your schedule and it may make more sense to push off your trip until family law issues have been settled. Every divorce is unique, so you should review your different options and plan for the future based on your own circumstances. That said, vacationing is a great way for some people to find a fresh start in life and move on.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information

Contact Information

Bebout, Potere, Cox & Bennion, P.C.
821 North Main Street
Rochester, MI 48307

Phone: 248-805-1959
Fax: 248-651-8923
Map & Directions