Why is Divorce Difficult?
There are difficulties and consequences to getting divorced. Divorce is a process and so is understanding what can happen and why it is difficult to over this difficult life event.
Divorce is difficult because it’s often an emotional process 🎭. People often feel that they are losing their relationships, their homes, their children, and even their identity. They may be dealing with 💸financial difficulties. They may not know if they will be able to afford reasonable housing on one income or if they’ll need to find new schools for their kids or how to pay for daycare while looking for a new job. And while it’s usually best to make decisions with your ex-spouse in mind, it can be challenging when children (or parents) don’t want to leave the home.
🤧Divorce is a difficult process, with emotional and financial consequences. It can be a trying time for many people, with the potential to go from bad to worse.
In order to proceed in the best way possible when it comes to getting divorced, you will need a good lawyer. Divorce law is complicated and lawyers can help you navigate the process in a way that is fair for both parties.
You may want to consult with an experienced divorce lawyer if:
🚩 You’ve been married for less than two years
🚩 You have children
🚩 Your spouse has assets or debts greater than your own
🚩 Your spouse is harassing or threatening you
🚩 Your spouse has committed adultery
🚩 You suspect your spouse of committing tax fraud
🚩 If you are concerned about the welfare of your children.
🚩 You just want additional guidance along the way
How to Make the Process of Achieving a Divorce go Faster
- The laws governing divorce vary by state. It is important to become aware of the local laws and regulations, as well as the process for getting a divorce in your area before deciding how to proceed. Don’t let a lack of knowledge hold you back from moving the process along. Call a qualified lawyer to walk you through it, and if you’re in New York or New Jersey, we can help: ☎718-769-6352.
- Divorce may also take longer if one person does not consent to it or if the spouses are unable to agree on certain financial or parenting issues.
- The best way to file for a divorce depends on the local regulations and specific situation of the divorcing couple. Some people choose uncontested divorce because it is easier and cheaper than contested divorces. First thing you need to do is find out why you want the divorce finalized. Is there someone else? Do you want time and space? You need to decide what you want and then plan accordingly. Some people will go through an uncontested divorce while others will hire lawyers which will put their divorce process on hold for a long time.
Tips for Moving on After the End of One’s Marriage
Divorce can be a difficult process to go through. There are many different emotions that come with it. The article helps break down some of the common emotions and provides tips on how to move on after your marriage ends.
Very few people will ever experience what it is like to go through a divorce, but there is hope for the future.
Divorce is never easy. It is often the end of a long relationship, the end of a family unit, and the start of a new journey. The process can be difficult to navigate alone, which is why it’s important to have an experienced lawyer by your side to help you breeze through the technicalities after your marriage ends.
Moving forward doesn’t always come easily. Seek help from an attorney. The divorce process can be complicated, and it is important to have an expert who knows what you are going through guide you through the process. Get a lawyer when you’re going through divorce, we will do our very best to prevent you from going into debt, or losing your home/custody of the children.
Don’t forget to ask for support from friends and family members. Talking to other people who have been through a divorce can allow one to work through feelings and move past anger, frustration, and confusion about their lives after the divorce has finalized.
Conclusion And Takeaway
The word divorce seems to be on the rise these days, with an estimated 50% of marriages ending in divorce. The statistics are scary, but there is no need to panic. Shepelsky Law is here to help you find your way through this difficult time with compassion and understanding. We have all the information you need about getting divorced without any of the typical legal jargon. We’ll break it down for you to make the process simple, and we will give you a compassionate solution to your divorce situation.
Call us: ☎ 718-769-6352