Are you considering a divorce as the pandemic nears an end in Carlsbad? While it will take a few more months for vaccination programs to provide more thorough community protections the end is in sight.
Forced time together and juggling work schedules and zoom meetings, school and parenting responsibilities have brought many marital issues to the forefront. You may have been avoiding some of these issues in order to keep the peace in your home throughout COVID-19.
The complex issues faced by families and parents throughout quarantine, home schooling and remote learning have taken a toll on many households. Is this the right time to consider whether to divorce and how to choose the right process for you?
The inevitable heated conversations, bickering and in some cases confessions have left many spouses considering a divorce as the pandemic nears an end in Carlsbad.
What is the right process for you? It is important to know that the cost of your divorce and the time it will require to complete are directly associated with the level of disagreement between you and your spouse. The ability to resolve these issues and settle every issue contained in the separation agreement will not only have a financial impact, but could make the process of the divorce less stressful and emotionally draining.
Mediation is a private, confidential, timely and cost-effective consideration. Mediation keeps your personal business out of the public record while providing a safe and constructive environment to resolve issues including but not limited to:
- Child custody and parenting time
- Child support and spousal support
- Division of community property and retirement accounts
- Disposition of a business or professional practice
If you are considering a divorce as the pandemic nears an end in Carlsbad you will need sound advice and counsel from the proven Certified Family Law Specialists at Burke & Domercq.