Hearing the word divorce will likely conjure up mental images of fighting and strife. The truth is that divorces can be very amicable if the parties involved decide to work together for the mutual goal of legally ending the marriage. The issue that might come up is that both parties have to make this decision. If only one person wants an amicable end and the other is focused on making life difficult, the latter will likely make this a nightmare.
Two of the most common ways to hash out the divorce terms is to go through mediation or to use the collaborative process. In both of these, you and your ex will discuss the matters at hand and try to agree on what solution is agreeable. This might take some back and forth but it will be worth the effort.
We understand that you might not be keen on having to work closely with your ex. While we can't promise that you won't have to, we can help you as you work through the process. It might help you to think of everything logically instead of emotionally. Think of the divorce as a business matter of sorts so that you aren't letting your heart get pulled into each decision.
Of course, there are times when the answer isn't going to be forthcoming. There are cases that need to go through a trial. If this is the case, be ready to work to get prepared. Your financial future might depend on how much work you are willing to put into getting ready. We will stand by your side to help you each step of the way.