Divorces can often be hard to cope with, particularly if one partner isn’t
expecting it. Things that used to bring you comfort can now be a source
of immense pain. Wedding rings are exchanged during a ceremony as a symbol
of unity and eternity, so after divorce proceedings, people often wonder
what to do with the pieces of metal they carried with them every day.
If you haven’t thrown your ring into the gutter or a river out of
rage or despair, you might consider selling it. Divorce can often be extremely
expensive. If you’re ready to let go, and you don’t want to
keep a symbolic reminder around, sell the ring for a small profit. You
can use the profits to go on vacation, buy yourself a gift symbolizing
starting a new life, or pay off a debt.
There are many reputable places to sell jewelry. Yelping a nearby jeweler
can tell you whether or not they have a good track record. You can also
sell your engagement and wedding rings on eBay or Etsy. If you decide
to sell, there are certain diamond specialists who also help divorcees
sell their rings. You also shouldn’t have to pay for these services.
Go to a seller who will pay you quickly while giving you the best return.
Companies accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) will also offer
you better service.
If you don’t want to sell, you can also save the ring for your child
or donate the proceeds to charity. Whatever your decision, make sure it’s
the right one. Take time to think about what you really want to do and
what you want to get out of it.
Looking for a great Irvine divorce attorney? Talk to one of our
experienced lawyers at Center for Mediated Divorce. Our highly skilled professionals can offer
a broad range of knowledge and legal experience for simple to complex cases.
Contact us at (714) 706-3992 or fill out our online form to schedule your free phone