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How You Approach Your Divorce has Short and Long Term Consequences

On Behalf of | Jul 8, 2020 | Divorce

How you approach your divorce has short and long term consequences you may not be aware of, especially if you have children. The manner with which the parties conduct themselves during the divorce process will have a significant impact on not only their emotional journey through the divorce itself, but their long term happiness as well.

Divorce is obviously an extremely emotional issue for most parties. However, decisions regarding your own life as well as what is in the best interests of your children are best made without anger or emotional influences. The reality is this:

You will be required to resolve every aspect of your divorce with your former spouse before the Court will approve and order your divorce.

Parties who are able to separate themselves from the immediate emotion and focus upon what will really be important 3 years, 5 years or 10 years down the road reach better solutions and agreements. They are also measurably happier during the process and in the future.

How you approach your divorce will also impact the cost of your divorce itself.  When there is an area of disagreement regarding child custody, spousal support, division of community property or some other aspect of your divorce resist the urge to hash it out. The experienced Certified Family Law Specialists at Burke & Domercq provide insight and advice to our clients based upon decades of experience and expertise. We are often able to recommend a solution that has worked for others that can be adapted to your unique circumstances.

Mediation is another excellent tool for achieving strong agreements and resolution to difficult issues. Those parties who participate in the process and have influence over each solution are much more likely to abide by those orders once the divorce is completed. This reduces the hassle, emotional impact and high cost of post-decree litigation.

How you approach your divorce is important. An experienced divorce attorney from Burke & Domercq will help you to sort through all issues, focus upon what is best for you and your interests and work to develop resolution to areas of disagreement with your former spouse. We want to help you through this stage of your life so that you move forward with the rest of your life on solid footing and in a much better position to enjoy your new life.

How you approach your divorce has short and long term consequences and we would like to help make the process easier while accomplishing your goals and objectives.

Protect your own interests and contact us or call 760-389-3927 to schedule an appointment for a remote or socially distanced consultation with one of our experienced Certified Family Law Specialists.