While things like towels, dishes and bedding are probably the last thing on your mind while you’re going through a divorce, it’s tough to live without them. If you can’t get your spouse to split them down the middle while you’re negotiating the division of your property, you’ll have to start fresh.
The New Home Checklist for Divorcés
As you’re preparing to move into a new place, you’ll have to accumulate a small stockpile of necessities, including:
These seem like simple, easy-to-remember items—but you have a lot on your mind when you’re going through a divorce. You might find it helpful to create your own list and keep it handy; that way, you can add to it when you think of something new.
Other Must-Haves for Newly Single People
Aside from furniture, which you may have been able to divide with your ex-spouse, you’ll probably need to make room for:
As you move forward, you can accumulate the other items you need to live comfortably. These “starter” items are hard to live without (particularly the bath towels), though, so if you have time to plan ahead before leaving your marital home, it’s a good idea to get a head start on gathering them.
Talk to your Toronto divorce lawyer about negotiating small items with your soon-to-be ex. If it’s possible, you’ll save some time and money getting the bare necessities, making your transition that much easier.
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