The decision to terminate a marriage is a difficult one. It is a decision that should NOT be made lightly. It is a decision that should NOT be made quickly.
However, there are those situations which lead you to the determination that you can no longer be married and you must to remove yourself from that situation. It is the hope of Schoonover, Rosenthal, Thurman, & Daray that individuals in a divorce situation will take a step back and realize that children need both parents. Whether together or apart, both parents are an asset in the life of the child(ren). In the case of a divorce, you must protect both the child(ren) and your financial estate. There are numerous ways that you can go about pursuing the termination of a marriage. There is no one right or wrong way. The most important thing to remember is to not let your emotions dictate all of your behaviors. While there is no doubt that this is an emotional time, you need to be strong and you need to be consistent and solid when parenting the child(ren). As a parent, going through a divorce, there is no reason to change your parenting style because you are worried about the other parent trying to play favorites with the child(ren). You still have an obligation to be a parent to your child. As well, you cannot let your emotions dictate how you handle financial matters. You need to approach your divorce in a calm, cool, collected manner. That is where our attorneys can assist you.
A divorce is the process by which one household is divided into two households.
The best divorces are those that are planned in advance. This allows each party plenty of time to consider the financial and emotional impact of the divorce upon themselves and their child(ren). However, sometimes it becomes clear that any attempt to obtain a divorce is going to be met with incredible resistance and struggle. The other party is going to do everything possible to destroy your case. If that is the situation then it is even more important to meet with us and initiate a divorce planning to ensure the orderly collection of information. The essence of this is simple; it is a lot easier to plan ahead for divorce then to react after a divorce complaint has been filed. Let Rosenthal | Thurman | Lane have over 100 years of combined experience as divorce attorneys.
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Settle Out Of Court – “Collaboration”
Prenuptial Or Antenuptial Agreements
Difference Between Divorce And Dissolution
Discovery – “How Information Is Exchanged”
Temporary Restraining Orders and Civil Protection Orders
Motions To Show Cause – Contempt
Knowing What Assets Are Really Worth
Termination Of Spousal Support
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- Prompt, Courteous Attention
- Updated Information on Your Case
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