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In what ways can getting a divorce affect my health?

Getting divorced in Colorado can upend your life in so many different ways. You may have a new address, a new routine and a new outlook. While some thrive after a split, some people’s health may decline without them even realizing it. Here are some of the common ways that divorce can affect your health.

Financial considerations for unmarried couples who break up

In this day and age, living with a romantic partner in Denver without being married is no longer taboo. In fact, there are approximately 6.7 million couples doing so across the country according to U.S. News & World Report. However, one advantage of being married is that there are clear processes in place for dividing up a couple’s property in the event that the relationship should end.

How divorce can affect children of different ages

Every divorce in Colorado is different, as no two families are exactly the same. How children respond to a divorce can depend on a number of things, including their personalities and how their parents choose to handle the separation. However, age is certainly a consideration as younger children and older children may look at the situation differently.

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