12 Useful Blog Posts about Divorce

Blog Posts about DivorceBlog Posts about Divorce – A divorce is a significant, life-changing event. For most people, the emotional toll of the death of a relationship is magnified by the stress of the unfamiliarity of the legal process coupled with fears about the outcome. Others experience additional financial stress and concerns over how they will make it or how they will handle being a single parent.

If you are headed toward divorce, you need a trusted advisor in your corner every step of the way. We know the law at Nelson Law Group, PC, but more importantly, we’re invested in you and your family – before, during, and after divorce.

Below are 12 useful blogs about divorce, all of which provide practical answers so you can make informed decisions.

6 Tips That People Don’t Think About When Preparing For Divorce

There’s plenty of advice out there that will help prepare you for divorce, but what about the stuff that we don’t always think about? Many times, it’s the simple answers or strategies that slip through the cracks and end up complicating things the deeper you get into the divorce proceedings.

How Long Does Divorce Take?

Simply put, not much in the judicial system moves that fast – especially when dealing with family matters. The short answer is that it could take up to a year, or longer, depending on the case. But let’s discuss.

What You Should Know About Your Divorce Lawyer

How do you know which lawyer is good and which one is not? Almost all lawyers will have the same legal qualifications as the other. This blog outlines some of the things that you should know about the divorce lawyer before letting them represent you in court.

Five Things You Should Do When Your Spouse Wants a Divorce

There are several strategies to consider if your spouse wants to end the marriage, but you don’t – tops on that list is not to panic and open your heart to listening to your spouse’s concerns and what role you may have played in the situation.

Is It Possible To Refuse A Divorce?

This blog post is meant to make our readers and clients aware that just because you have been served with a notice for a divorce doesn’t mean you should be resigned to the fact you will be getting a divorce. If you don’t want to get a divorce from your spouse, you could object to the grounds of the divorce.

New To Divorce – Questions Regarding Costs That Must Be Answered ASAP

In this blog, we discuss your primary concern – the cost you are likely to incur in a divorce. Ask your attorney the questions listed in this post. This provides a clearer idea of how much this legal battle is going to cost you.

10 Ways To Save Money In a Divorce

To say it is costly to get divorced is an understatement. I’d go so far as to say divorce is the worst financial decision ever. Because there aren’t too many decisions we make in our life that decrease our net worth in half overnight. With all that being said, there are steps you can take to limit unnecessary costs.

New To Divorce – Pros And Cons Of Filing For A Divorce Yourself

Do-it-yourself divorce is indeed cheap when you look at the bill, but one wrong step can prove to be very expensive in the long run, especially if you settle for far less than your worth.

How To Keep Your Child Away From A Toxic Divorce

If you think the torment and pain of going through a divorce are too much for you to handle, imagine what it would feel like to your children. Children of broken marriages are adversely affected by a divorce. This article outlines some of the tips and tricks you can use to keep your child away from a toxic divorce.

4 Tips On How To Tell Your Kids You’re Getting A Divorce

Most parents struggle to answer that question. Many times, they’ve been so wrapped up in the nightly arguments with their soon-to-be ex, exploratory visits with family lawyers, and their own daily emotional rollercoaster that they forgot about the children, who have heard the back-and-forth bickering and are scared, confused, and likely blaming themselves.

How To Keep Your Assets Safe During Divorce

Assets are the most hotly contested aspects in a divorce after child custody. Spouses are willing to go through leaps and bounds to protect their assets during divorce proceedings. This article outlines some of the ways to keep your assets safe.

Divorce: Options To Avoid Trial

Not every divorce ends up like what has been sensationalized on television. With spouses going at each other like a pack of wild wolves. This blog focuses on alternative dispute resolutions (ADR), which are designed to give divorcing spouse’s options within the process.

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