Ending a marriage is a legal battle that you have to go through in order to be fully free from your ex. There is only one exception to being able to be free -- if you have children together. Whether you are still preparing to file or have already started the process, you need to make sure that you are protecting your interests.
There are a few different ways that you can handle a divorce. One of these is that you can set the case up for trial and let the court decide who is going to get what and how the divorce will end. This option isn't the most common that occurs these days.
Many adults choose to try to work out the terms of the divorce together through either a collaborative divorce or mediation. In both of these cases, you and your ex would work together to hash out everything from property division to child custody.
We understand that there are many variables present in divorce. This is why each one must be handled as a unique situation. We need to look at what is present in your situation and learn about your goals so that we can come up with a plan for the process.
Arbitration is another option for a divorce. In these situations, a neutral third party will hear the case and come up with a resolution about the matters at hand.
No matter how your divorce is moving forward, we can help you explore your options and make a plan moving forward. This can help you determine your next steps.