When you get married, partners often switch gears. Going from making lone decisions to working together to reach an agreement may feel natural when getting married; however, going back to making decisions on your own with an impending divorce is often challenging.
You can no longer lean on your partner and support person during a very emotional and difficult life event. Despite that, you do not need to go through this process on your own.
Moving forward with the divorce process
At DiLorenzo & Rush, our law firm understands that getting a divorce is overwhelming; however, they know the best way to approach the process. The emotions and complexities aside, it is imperative that you remain rational with each decision made.
The division of property is often contentious, which is why our attorneys take the time to fully explore all the property and assets involved in the dissolution. By gaining a better understanding of your wants and wishes, we can provide advice that is most suitable for your situation and needs.
Temporary before final
A divorce could be a lengthy process, especially if there are complex issues that need to be resolved. As such, a temporary order might be necessary while waiting for a final decision to be reached or decided by the court. Our law firm understands that child support and alimony may be necessary. As such, we can help establish both a temporary custody and support order that is favorable.
No one describes a divorce as easy; however, it does not need to be the most difficult event in your life. By understanding your legal rights and options, you can approach the divorce process with your needs and best interests in mind.