Divorce is admittedly a very difficult time for all involved. Tennessee spouses typically feel a range of emotions, such as anger, depression, hurt, desperation, pain and relief when it's over. However, it is important to keep these emotions under control to keep financial decisions rational and to the point. People who typically emerge unscathed by divorce are those who do not make decisions regarding money matters in a rush. They judiciously consider all property division matters.
The first way to avoid emotional spending is to stay away from vanity purchases. While divorce is a difficult time, the urge to splurge and pamper oneself to feel good after a divorce only leads to a pile of debt, which always feels bad. So an important point is to consider if you really need what you're buying.