There is no doubt about it: divorce can and will change your life. That’s why you need to know what the most likely effects will be before you find an attorney to help you start the process.
Here are the top four things that divorce will impact:
Once dissolution becomes official, your cash flow could be affected in either a negative or positive way. This will all depend on such factors as what you are making currently and how the family is being supported by you and your spouse. Whatever the nature of the change, it will affect the way you live, your housing and perhaps even the type of work you do (or will need to do).
If your family includes children, then divorce may change the relationships you have with them, at least until they adjust to the “new normal.” The best thing to do is to work with your ex to make sure that the children get quality time with you both a and to reassure them that they are still very much loved despite the new living arrangement.
After a divorce, you’ll be single again. This means you can go out and date and have the personal freedom you may have lacked during marriage. Embrace this as positive change so that you can move forward with your life and eventually find a more suitable partner.
Many new divorcees find themselves beset with anxiety about the future. This can be quite frightening, but is also normal. You need to give yourself time to heal from the divorce itself and stay busy doing positive, productive things to help you deal with your new situation.
The Barrera Law Firm knows that breaking up is hard to do. That’s why we offer compassionate, experienced legal counsel to help you through the divorce process. When you need guidance and advice in matters of family law, contact us!