There are a lot of myths that you are going to hear about divorce and as this nears in your relationship, you’ll probably notice them more, too. But, it is important to know there isn’t any truth to much of what you hear. As they say, it is important to separate fact from fiction. This article provides a look at 6 common divorce myths as well as the truth of the matter so you know the real deal about divorce.
- People believe a divorce means you both have to go to court and this is a myth.
- A myth about the mortgage is you don’t have to pay if you move out or split the house if the other person’s name is not on the mortgage.
- In a common law marriage the rights are not the same as a married couple.
“Many people put up with an unhappy marriage because they feel that getting a divorce will end up with both parties having to go to court – a scary and expensive prospect.”
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