Your family is your top priority, and it is our top priority as well. Dramatic changes in your life such as a divorce or custody dispute take a toll on both you and your family, even if you are the one wanting the divorce. If you did not want the divorce, it can be even more difficult. But, no matter how badly you feel about this process now, you can take the opportunity of divorce to make your life better when it is over.
It is true that the impact of a divorce can be devastating , financially and emotionally. However, the settlement from your divorce can either allow stability for you, allowing you in turn to provide for your family, or it can cripple you and hamper your ability to heal. We can help you keep focused on what you need to make your life better when the divorce is over.
How your divorce is handled has a huge effect on your children’s relationship with both of their parents. The divorce process can also affect your ability to parent your child together.
The attorneys at Bolton Law help families focus on the issues that matter. We can help you keep civil communication with your spouse, even while drawing a hard line around the issues that matter. The attorney you hire can help you make your life better after your divorce.
Many times, dreading a divorce is even more stressful than the divorce itself. You may get a huge sense of relief after filing, because now you know the decision has really been made.
Although divorce can be stressful, it is also an opportunity to get a fresh start. The divorce is not the tragedy. The broken marriage which has caused the divorce is the tragedy. Divorce can be the start of the solution. We can help you attain closure and the confidence that you are exiting your marriage with what you need to plan for your future life. Let us help divorce make your life better.
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HOW YOUR DIVORCE IS HANDLED CAN AFFECT YOUR ABILITY TO CO-PARENT WHEN IT IS OVER. BEING CAREFUL NOW CAN ENSURE THAT DIVORCE MAKES YOUR LIFE BETTER.
IT MAY SURPRISE YOU, HOW MUCH BETTER YOU FEEL IMMEDIATELY AFTER FILING FOR DIVORCE.
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