How to Have a Successful Divorce Case

The divorce process is both emotionally and financially straining on spouses. Even if the divorce is uncontested, there are still many factors to sort out including asset division, child support, child custody, and alimony. Once you file for a divorce it is important to keep the following tips in mind so that you can maintain a level head and keep the process as uncomplicated as possible.

  1. Define your needs: Divorce can illicit many different emotions, especially anger and sadness. During this time it is important to define what your needs are and find healthy ways to deal with your changing emotions. By choosing to remain level-headed during the proceedings, you can ensure the best possible outcome in your case.
  2. Make a list of your assets: One of the key issues you and your spouse will need to address as part of the divorce process is asset division. To prepare yourself for this process, it is important to take stock of all your assets and determine which items belong solely to you. This can include gifts from friends, family heirlooms, and items you owned prior to getting married. If you and your spouse have joint property, you will need to reach a settlement about how to divide the items or money from the sale of the items.
  3. Be open to compromise: The biggest part of the divorce process is ultimately learning to negotiate with your spouse and compromise on the issues. From child custody to alimony, you must compromise with your spouse in order to reach an agreeable resolution.
  4. Hire an experienced divorce attorney: To ensure the most successful outcome possible in your divorce case, it is important to hire an attorney who is experienced in cases like yours and can help you file all the necessary paperwork.

Do you need an advocate by your side during your divorce? Reach out to the team of attorneys at Charlton & Glover, P.C. in Roswell to schedule your free consultation.


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