The American Psychological Association addresses the fact that divorce is always an emotional and overwhelming time in anyone’s life.
During this turbulent season in life, you may not be thinking or acting clearly. Often times, people rush to file for divorce without giving careful consideration to various aspects that can have a permanent impact, for example: financial, legal and emotional.
Before you decide to move forward with this process and serve your spouse with the divorce papers, consider the following steps to ensure that the process can remain as friendly and as easy as possible:
1- Be sure that this is what you want;
2- Know and analyze your finances and properties;
3- Take time to think about custody of your children;
4- Carefully consider the consequences before leaving the marital home
If you are considering initiating divorce proceedings, you should know all of your options, rights, and responsibilities before initiating and serving your spouse with divorce papers.
Visiting an experienced attorney can help you understand your rights and help you develop a plan for your divorce.
Our practice areas include: divorce, paternity, child support, modification and enforcement of orders, relocation, domestic violence, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, high-asset divorces, and marital property division.
If you have questions about your rights in the event of a family law issue, or are considering getting a divorce, contact Dana Pechersky’s Law Office at 954-529-2057.