People around the world generally agree on very few ideas, but there is possibly unanimity about the idea that ending a marriage is never easy. Once you serve your partner with the divorce papers, you may never have a chance to reconcile. With hurt feelings or even anger, your chances of saving the marriage may be gone forever.
Be sure to exhaust all options before serving your spouse with divorce papers. Consider, among the different alternatives, starting a process of therapy or counseling with specialists.
Once the papers have been delivered, there is even less chance of reconciliation.
Divorce is a serious life event, and it should be viewed that way.
This process will affect not the couple, but also the children.
It is important to know that if you feel threatened or feel that your safety or the safety of your children is at risk, you should consider leaving the house immediately and call the authorities.
If you are considering filing for divorce, you should know all of your options, rights, and responsibilities before filing and submitting divorce documentation to your partner.
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.