Knowledge is Power
Divorce or the dissolution of a relationship can be overwhelming. Not only is it filled with emotions (anger, sadness, and everything in between), but for many who have lived in a partnership for a significant part of their adult lives, there are many things to learn.
Knowledge is Power
It is typical for each person in a relationship to have their own area to manage: the finances, the housework, and the needs and schedules of the children. Rarely does one person do all of these (or none) and often tension around the division of these labors may contribute to the demise of the marriage. Thinking about the logistics of being a single-parent household can feel daunting.
Thinking about the logistics of being a single-parent household can feel daunting. It is important to have an attorney who you can speak to about your skill set, and to whom you can acknowledge your need for new ones.
It is important to have an attorney who you can speak to about your skill sets, and to whom you can acknowledge your need for new ones. If you are not a part of the management of the finances, we will discuss practical ways to educate yourself so you feel in control. If you are not the point person with teachers, coaches, or others involved in the lives of your children, finding practical ways to get information directly instead of relying on your soon-to-be ex-partner will be important to effective co-parenting.
Here for You
We are here to know the law and apply the law to your case— and we are also here to help you move forward. And that starts when you gather information before you decide to file for divorce. We can meet to discuss your priorities and your fears so you will feel more confident in your decision, no matter which path you choose.
To talk further, please call us with any questions at 908.237.3098 or use this contact form.