Call Us 718-568-9289

A divorce transition can be easy when dodging common mistakes

There is no right or wrong way to end a marriage. Each divorce is different, with its own set of unique circumstances, but many people have found that certain methods have helped them to avoid problems while going through the process. Individuals facing divorce in New York may be able to take some inspiration from the collected suggestions of a few experts who have gone before. 

Ironically, one of those suggestions is not to be overwhelmed by everyone else's suggestions. When facing the end of a marriage, it can be easy to be swept away by the wealth of information that can be found on the internet. Many people instead choose to rely on people who have become certified in their fields, like therapists. When people are able to choose the right person for their needs, they are less likely to be confused. One can determine exactly the type of help needed, find a person specializing in that type of help, and then vet or interview that person before hiring them. 

Once a person has assembled the team, then that person can move on to sharing relevant information. With a lawyer, it can be helpful to be honest about the circumstances of the divorce. It can also be extremely helpful to have a full picture of the financial situation of the individual and the couple. This information can help the lawyer take the best approach to ensuring one's success with the marital dissolution. 

It isn't always easy to end a marriage, but with the right help, the transition can be eased. In New York, many individuals choose to hire a family law attorney during their divorce. A family law attorney can provide guidance and legal help during what is often a trying time for many.

Source: Forbes, "Alleviate Divorce Pain By Avoiding These 7 Common Mistakes", Michael F. Kay, Jan. 9, 2018

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information

Law Offices of Eli Yeger
16 Court Street
Suite 2006
Brooklyn, NY 11241

Phone: 718-568-9289
Fax: 718-802-0276
Map & Directions