If you are someone who is thinking about getting a divorce, there are some things you should know before you start the process. 1. How to pick the right attorney. Pick an attorney who is willing to answer your questions. Tell them what is important to you and ask them if that’s achievable. Ask them how they would approach your case. Does their approach make sense to you? Did they … [Read more...] about Do You Want a Divorce For Christmas?
You’re married. You’re unhappy. And you are beginning to hate your spouse. You can’t remember any of the reasons why you married them in the first place. They don’t appreciate all the efforts and sacrifices you have made for the marriage and for them. You hope that life will be better once you are divorced. You would be happy if you never saw them again. But you have children together. So, you … [Read more...] about How To Stop From Hating Your Spouse Even When You’re Getting a Divorce?
The Collaborative Divorce Process requires both spouses to be represented by a separate attorney. Then, depending on the complexity of the financial issues a Financial Neutral may be needed in order to help the parties figure out the best options to equitably divide their marital assets and liabilities – instead of just dividing everything in half – an option the Court would most likely rule. Or, … [Read more...] about Why We Use a Mental Health Professional In The Collaborative Divorce Process
TIPS: What do you do when Divorce proceedings have started, but there is no agreement as to which parent gets the children during the holidays? When you place your children’s feelings and interests above your own, then you are being a parent. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE DIVORCE PROCESS GO TO OUR WEBSITE @ www.EatonFamilyLawFirm.com We have 2 locations to serve … [Read more...] about How Do I Survive The Holidays When I’m Getting a Divorce?
1. NO COURT In the Collaborative Divorce Process, the clients agree in advance to resolve their issues without litigating in Court. They understand that litigating in Court is an expensive process that does not guarantee there will be a ruling favorable to either spouse. When using Mediation to resolve your divorce, you are still in the Litigation process. Because if Mediation … [Read more...] about 4 Reasons Why To Choose The Collaborative Divorce Process vs. Litigation or Mediation