Advice for your divorce from those with experience
On behalf of Barli & Associates LLC posted in divorce on Thursday, July 20, 2017.
Do you think you’re not going to make it through your divorce process? The truth is, even if it feels like that on an emotional and psychological level, divorce is not fatal. In fact, you can make it through your divorce and you will be better and stronger because of it — especially when you follow this advice from people who have made it through the process.
Here are some real divorce tips from actual divorcees:
Keep your documents: You want to have supporting documentation if you have to go to court to defend your rights during your divorce. You should therefore save all of your bills and emails. Fortunately, with a modern computer or smartphone, you should be able to save a copy of everything in a snap.
Ask for financial disclosures: As early as possible, you should get financial disclosures related to everything in your marital estate, and your and your spouse’s personal assets. This is most easily achieved by your divorce attorney. Letting him or her handle the process will reduce a the stress for you.
Get a therapist, and fast: Even if you feel fine, never assume that you’re perfect. There is no downside to going to a therapist. Everyone can benefit from having a neutral party to speak with about how they’re feeling — especially during divorce proceedings.
Are you at your wit’s end in your divorce proceedings? There is no divorce knot that it is too tight for a competent divorce lawyer to untangle. An experienced New Jersey divorce lawyer will be able to help you through the process of dissolving your marriage and protect your legal rights in the process.
Source: Chicago Tribune, “Divorce advice from real people who made it through,” Danielle Braff, accessed July 20, 2017