be in charge of your divorce

Be in Charge of Your Divorce

Because divorce is such an all-encompassing process, if you don’t decide to manage your divorce, it could end up managing you. Taking control of your decisions, your emotions, and your future is the best way to get through this change in your life.

The first step is to find an attorney you are comfortable with. An attorney who listens to you, understands what you want, and explains things in a way you can understand is absolutely necessary and you shouldn’t settle for anything less. A solid legal partnership will set the stage for all of the decisions to follow and will help you feel confident in all your future choices.

When you are in court, divorce ends up being mostly about money (except when you are dealing with a custody case). The procedure focuses on financial affidavits and the value of assets. In your everyday life though, your divorce is mostly about your emotions and your family dynamics. You end up with two very separate types of divorce happening in your life at once. Trying to keep these two things separate will benefit you. Make decisions about money with a critical financial eye. Make decisions about your family by listening to your heart.

Be your own best advocate. If you don’t stand up and say what you want, what works for you, and what feels unfair, no one else will. Your attorney needs to hear from you about how settlement offers will really work for you. Don’t mindlessly agree to anything. Think it all through. Ask your attorney to help you understand long-term implications. Then speak your mind without apology.

The Sampair Group is ready to be your tireless advocate for your divorce or family law case in the Mesa or Glendale areas of Arizona. Pick up the phone and call us today.