John Bump &
Michael Moore
Tel: 714-644-7245
388 Turnpike Drive
Minneapolis, MN 56120

Do I have to report my divorce to my employer?

You must notify your employer of the divorce. If you continue to keep your spouse covered as a spouse when you are not legally married that is insurance fraud. If you are required to maintain coverage through the end of the year you must do so through COBRA.

Can I quit my job during divorce?

It is not uncommon for a spouse to quit or otherwise lose a job during the pendency of a divorce, particularly when spousal and/or child support is at issue. When this happens, the court must take that changed condition into consideration when attributing income to that spouse.

How do I tell HR about divorce?

Let her/him know whether you will miss work, whether you will need help with your workload, and any other professional details. You don't need to explain what went wrong in your marriage. Let your boss know what she can expect. Provide as much information as possible regarding how the divorce will affect your job.

How do you announce separation?

Rodman suggests a blunt approach: Say that you have stopped getting along and you have decided to divorce and live separately. Explain it in a simple way that your kids can understand. And understand that your kids will be sad and may want to be alone after the announcement, so don't do it in a public location.

How do I announce my kids divorce?

How to announce your divorce to your child ?Confer with Your Former Partner Before You Tell the Kids About the Divorce. If at All Possible, Both Parents Should be Present When Telling the Kids. Remain Calm and Avoid Blaming. Provide a General Reason for What is Happening. Provide Specific Details About the Changes Your Kids Can Expect.

How do you tell your husband you want a separation?

9 Steps for Telling Your Spouse You Want a DivorceDon't Ambush Your Spouse. Even if your spouse knows how unhappy you are, there is no assurance he/she isn't in denial about a divorce. Pick a Private Place. Be Prepared for Anger. Plan What to Say. Don't Blame. Stay Calm. Avoid a Trial Separation. Maintain Boundaries.