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PLEASE NOTE: NextLevel Law, P.C. by Daniel R. Hernandez, Esq. remains open and available to serve you during the COVID-19 crisis. We are offering our clients the ability to meet with us via telephone or video conference. Please call our office to discuss your options.

As you get older, your life changes. You may start to think about what you want to do in retirement or about starting a new career. If you and your spouse aren’t on the same page, then part of moving forward may be letting go of your relationship.

If you have decided to get a divorce, it’s essential that you understand what a grey divorce may mean for you. Grey divorces are any divorces between older couples, usually above the age of 50. In these divorces, there are special factors that you should consider, such as how divorcing will impact your retirement, savings and other aspects of your life.

Think about your finances

If you’re going through a gray divorce, the first step is looking at your finances. If only one person earns an income, then that can make the divorce particularly tricky.  You may want to talk to a financial planner or your attorney about dividing your financial assets and making sure you have what you need as you move forward.

Remember your children

Although your children may be out of your home, you may still have some obligations to them. If you have children in college, for example, you may want to discuss who, if either of you, will pay for your children’s tuition. Your divorce may have a significant impact on your finances, so this conversation may also need to involve your child if changes have to be made that will impact them.

The above are just two of the potential impacts of your grey divorce. It’s possible to separate and start over at this stage of your life, but to do so, you should be cautious with your decisions during the process of your divorce.