When my boss told me that I would be moving a lot for work, I didn't really understand what he meant. I thought he would want me to move once every few years, but he really meant that he wanted me to relocate about once every six months or so for the entire rest of the time I worked for the company. Af first I was pretty upset about it, but after a few relocations, I realized that it was actually a great opportunity to see new places and meet new people. I made this blog to create a better moving experience for everyone out there.
So you are headed for the big "D" and it's definitely not Dallas, but what about all of that stuff you have worked together to invest in through the years that you've been together? When two married people decide that they will legally part ways, this also means that all tangible property must also be rightly divided. If you are getting ready to go through the whole legal process of filing for a divorce and divvying out your stuff, there are a few good reasons why renting a storage unit could be one of the most sane ideas you have.
Use a storage unit as a mutual place to keep items with questionable ownership until the proceeding is complete.
For many couples, they can pretty much point out what items they brought into a marriage or the items they paid for solely on their own. However, there will always be those questionable items that were purchased as a joint effort during the marriage. If you and your soon-to-be ex are on amicable terms, it can be helpful to have a storage unit to keep these items until the judge rules on where these things should go or who they belong to. With both of you heading in separate directions, this will prevent the items you are unsure of what to do with from having to be toted around to new living spaces.
A storage unit can be a good place to keep your belongings protected from an irate spouse.
No one really wants to admit it, but the fact is, emotions can run really high during a divorce. Sometimes, these tense emotions can lead to property damage. If you are afraid your spouse is irate enough with you that they will try to damage your stuff during the divorce, it is a good idea to rent a storage unit to tuck away things that are yours, such as your clothing, electronics, or personal things.
Having a rented storage unit makes it less stressful when looking for a new place.
Whether you will be leaving the house to your spouse during the divorce or both of you will be moving from the property you currently share, having a boatload of belongings to tote around with you while you search for a new place can be frustrating. If you have a storage unit, you can simply store your belongings until you get a new place to live and camp out a friend's couch for a few weeks if you have to. For more information, contact a company like Excellent Quality Movers, Inc.Share
31 May 2017