If you are in the unfortunate position of facing a divorce, Renkin & Associates is available to carefully guide you through the entire process. As is seen in some cases, couples “declare war”on each other and the results can be catastrophic for the individuals financially, emotionally, as well as damageingto the children caught in the crossfire. Renkin Law points out that all hope is not lost. They report that 99.9% of divorcing parents readjust well within a year.
Once each of you has chosen your attorney, Renkin & Associates points out that you should keep your attorney informed of any changes in your life including any employment changes, tax issues, moving, and new boyfriends/girlfriends. Renkin Law also advises you to gather your financial documents as promptly as possible and fill out the “Comprehensive Financial Statement.”
Another piece of advice is neverto include children in any aspect of your divorce. Children are already extremely emotional due to your breakup. Do not use yourchildren as a sounding board for your anger or frustration or as a messenger.
Renkin Law points out that it is crucial to keep a paper trail of any and all correspondence sent by your attorney. If a court order is decreed, make sure you obey all of them completely. Any type of visitation order,as well as any financial decree, should be adhered too. Make sure you remain calm while in the court, and don’t express any frustration or anger. If you fail to do so, the judge could rule against you.
During the divorce process, do not attempt to seek revenge but rather be open minded and seek an equitable resolution. It is best not to squabble over every single possession and prolong the divorce process. Divorce is a give-and-take situation,and you do not always get everything you seek.