The Dos and Don’ts of Getting Divorced

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Seeking divorce is a challenging decision that will set a new direction in your life. It’s mentally and physically exhausting, but sometimes it’s necessary.

Since you’ve made the decision and there’s nothing left to hold on to, it’s better to familiarize yourself with the legal process to go through it smoothly, and not have any regrets later on.

Dos and Don’ts of Getting a Divorce

Here are the top 3 dos’ and don’ts when you’re getting a divorce.

Do Get Familiar With The Legal Process

It’s always best to familiarize yourself with how it proceeds. It will help reduce the anxiety and ambiguity in your mind. Start reading up on alimony, asset division, support, child support (if children are involved) and anything you can think of that would potentially help your case. Remember, the more you know, the better.

Do Stay Respectful And Truthful

It’s always best to remain respectful and truthful with your soon-to-be-ex (STBE). You must be cautious, as anything wrong can be used against you. Making any statement or promises or even cursing them can affect in ways untold. All the fights and arguments are long gone now. You have passed that stage, and it’s time to get done with it.

Do Plan Ahead And Hire a Good Lawyer

Planning is always a smart decision when getting a divorce. Plan what you want, and think about your future, career, dreams, and anything you look forward to after the divorce. It’s best to involve a lawyer early on to help you with the proceedings and get you what is rightfully yours.

Don’ts of Getting a divorce

Don’t Let Emotions Control You

It is never a good idea to let your emotions get the best of you during the divorce process. Make sure to keep your mind present at all times. And remember, fighting isn’t worth it anymore. Only you know the pain you went through. It’s a legal process. Your lawyers know best what to do and what not to do. Also, it’s a good idea to start taking therapy to help you process the trauma and emotions.

Don’t Try To Go Against Court Rulings

Some decisions by the court might be in your favor, and some might not be in your favor; going against the court rulings, either by letting your emotions run over you or doing anything to make it go in your favor, is a terrible idea. It will only lead to more problems for you.

Don’t Go Over The Top

You’re an adult and are expected to be mature in your handlings. The relationship with your STBE is soon to be over. There’s no need to do anything out of spite; don’t get greedy or vengeful. You and your STBE will soon go on two paths that might never meet again. So don’t do anything that could be used against you in court.

Get Professional Help

It’s always best to get professional help from the beginning and to have support by your side, both emotional and legal. We recommend calling The Law Offices of RonMarquez for a consultation and talking to their divorce lawyers today to help you smoothly through the process.

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