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Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates

Salt Lake City – Ogden

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Professional divorce advice may outweigh that of family, friends

On Behalf of | Oct 5, 2017 | Divorce

Though most Utah residents likely know someone who has ended his or her marriage, going through the process oneself is often different. Some people who have been in similar situations may attempt to give divorce advice, but parties may want to remember that each case has its own unique factors. Therefore, what may have worked for one former couple may not apply to another.

When faced with questions, it may prove wise to seek information from reliable professionals. For instance, individuals may wish to ask their legal counsel about the possible expenses associated with ending their marriage. The answer may differ depending on the circumstances, but often, costs hinge on how well the parties work with each other and how prepared each person is for the process ahead.

Additionally, parents may have concerns about discussing the divorce with their kids. Because this life change could have significant impacts, they undoubtedly want to approach the conversation as best as possible. For this reason, individuals may want to wait until they feel as if they have accepted the idea of the divorce and have their emotions in check before broaching the topic with their kids.

The specific concerns a person may face when it comes divorce can be hard to pin down. Some parties may not know what concerns them until they are facing the situation head-on. Nonetheless, Utah residents who are going through the legal process have options for preparing for their cases as best as possible. Consulting with knowledgeable attorneys may help them better understand where to begin and how their particular circumstances may impact the proceedings.

Source: The Huffington Post, “5 Questions Every Divorcing Person Should Ask Their Divorce Attorney“, Vikki Ziegler, Oct. 4, 2017


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