How to relocate during a divorce
November 22, 2018
Going through a divorce and moving to a new home are two stressful events in life. Having to suffer both at the same time can be extremely challenging. The belongings are divided and precious items—including children’s favorites—are moved to different homes, which can be hard for any children.
Separate arrangements are often made to obtain estimates from as many as three separate moving companies for each partner. Instead of six different people trying to deal with everyone’s needs, an easier solution is to use one company for both moves. This is where experienced professionals, can be priceless to both parties. These four steps help to simplify the process and ensure a smoother move for all:
- First consultation A free first in-home consultation starts the process. The Crown consultant will arrive with sensitive ears and an open mind to understand the moving timelines and any unique criteria and details that may impact other family members.
- Customized moving plan – Crown creates a customized Move Management Plan for the parties to review and change as needed, understanding this can be a fluid time.
- Dedicated move manager – A dedicated move manager ensures services are carried out with expert care and maintains personal communication to ensure things run smoothly.
- The relocation – The moves can be performed separately or a color-coded inventory can be used to properly move goods to their correct locations. In all cases, Crown will carry out the services with crew members that understand and are determined to ease the burden.
If you are planning to move don’t hesitate to contact our local consultants with wide experience in in assisting families whether they’re relocating for new jobs or new lives.