The process of divorce is mystifying to some people because they think you can just call it quits as easily as you got married. What these individuals don’t realize is that it takes time to divorce.  The court needs to know that you have complied with the divorce law, either a fault divorce or a no-fault divorce.  You may have to work through the division of debts and assets, as well as a host of other issues. We understand that you likely have some questions about what you can do to make the process a little easier.

There are many things that you can do to prepare for the divorce. One of the primary things is to learn about your options during the divorce. This process is unique because every facet of it is based on your circumstances. Equitable distribution of marital estates with significant assets will of course have a much more complex property division than ones without many assets.

Divorce can also become more complicated if there are children involved. These cases can be difficult because you have to ensure that you are doing the right things for the children while you balance your own needs and desires. Not only do you have to deal with these issues, but you also need to work with your ex to ensure that the children have what they need.

Throughout the divorce process, you will have to deal with your own emotions and problems. You have to learn to live on a single income instead of having your ex’s income to count on, too.

We realize that this might be a traumatic time in your life, especially if the divorce came as a surprise. We can help you try to work through all of these points so you can move forward.