• Alan Jacobs

Divorce Involving Disabilities Can Prove Challenging

In terms of who it can affect, divorce does not discriminate. Individuals of all backgrounds can find themselves facing marital issues, that lend themselves to the prospect of divorce.


For individuals who face the challenges of a disability, the prospect of a divorce can be a damaging turn of events, that can jeopardize one’s financial future.


Depending on the disability involved, it could affect the individual situation. This excellent blog posting discusses the impact of the jobs of the divorcing individuals, how long the individual or individuals with a disability have been working, whether or not they have been displaced from their position or positions at any given time, whether or not Social Security Disability Insurance is at play, and child custody are all additional aspects that can affect the outcome of the divorce case.

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