It is normal for someone to get angry if they are going through a divorce. Most divorces are not mutual. In fact, most marriages end because one spouse is done with the relationship and wants to the divorce. Conversely, the other spouse wants to keep working on the relationship. The disconnect in goals can lead some people to become angry to the point where they do something rash. This post will go over how to manage divorce from an angry spouse.
If you are not the spouse that manages the financials, then you need to pay attention. Many people try to exert influence or control during a divorce by restricting or cutting off the other spouses' access to joint funds. You cannot let that happen.
If you are considering divorce, then you need to familiarize yourself with the family finances. Furthermore, you will need that information during the divorce. If the other spouse tries move money around or hide it during the divorce, you will need that information to track it all down.
If you don't get access to the financials and are already going through the divorce proceedings, you can also ask your attorney to retrieve the information. Your attorney can act as your representative so that you don't need to confront them if you don't want to.
If you are considering divorce, then you may want to speak to an attorney. The end of a marriage is an emotional and tumultuous period; you need to prepare for the legal, financial, and emotional aspects of the separation. A lawyer can walk you through the various issues you can expect to confront to ensure that you aren't caught flat-footed. You are already trying to untangle two lives; you don't need any curve balls thrown at you.