For more than 35 years, the Colorado attorneys at the The Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley and Associates have helped families navigate complex matters such as divorce and criminal defense. Our lawyers invest time, energy and resources in order to secure favorable outcomes for our clients. To schedule an appointment, call our office in Denver at 720-773-5708 or fill out the form below.

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Helping women get through a challenging divorce

Without question, the dissolution of a marriage is a difficult event for any person to go through. However, divorce can bring about very unique challenges and complications for women in particular. Here are a few ways women in Colorado can reduce the uncertainty and stress of life both during and after a divorce. 

Save money 

Divorce is notoriously expensive. Divorce also means financial support from a spouse may be cut off suddenly and without warning. Women who are anticipating divorce should save as much money as possible, especially mothers.  

Keep documents organized 

Divorce is a complex process that usually involves a lot of paperwork. A simple way to keep documents and paperwork organized is with a three-hole punch and three-ring binder. It is helpful to put documents in chronological order and make an index for easy referencing. 

Stay optimistic 

It is easier said than done, but try not to dwell on the marriage or things that have happened in the past. Focus on the present and the possibilities of the future. Many things in a divorce are uncontrollable, so any woman who goes through divorce should focus only on things that she can control. Most importantly, this whole thing is a process, so take it one day at a time. 

A divorce can feel like the world is ending. However, keep in mind that everything is going to be okay. Take it day by day. Any person in Colorado who is thinking about ending a marriage or is going through a divorce may want to consider discussing the situation with a knowledgeable and seasoned family law attorney. 

 

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