It is a well-known fact that many divorces are initiated at the beginning of the New Year. In Part 1, of my guide to preparing for divorce, I explained the initial four steps you might wish to consider as you prepare.
In Part 2, the following links provide some additional information you may wish to research as you continue to proceed. Understanding the issues, options, and alternatives available can significantly impact the outcome of any divorce.
Learn about the different divorce processes, such as mediation: http://ow.ly/usKO30rnHq7
Collaborative Practice: http://ow.ly/xKs030rnHql
Do-it-yourself divorce: http://ow.ly/vEIv30rnHp6
Financial security, especially if you are 50 or over: http://ow.ly/VJtS30rnufi
Pick a divorce process that fits your budget: http://ow.ly/j3E930rsGMn
Learn about how many attorneys it takes to get a divorce - for couples who only need legal guidance, sharing one attorney is an option - and a far less expensive option: http://ow.ly/Nsy930rsGKj
Understand how Covid will impact your divorce process: http://ow.ly/dR2D30rsGMR
Apply lessons from Covid to your divorce: http://ow.ly/xjTI30rsGN3
Talk to experts in law, some of whom offer a free consultation. Obtain different viewpoints about how each divorce process suits your needs and fits your budget: http://ow.ly/6lVS30rsGNg
Cleland Collaborative Solutions offers a FREE one hour consultation that gives people the information they need to make a smart decision about divorce. No matter what option you choose, Cleland Collaborative Solutions can help you. For full details please call (586) 981-0990