On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Family Law on Friday, March 27, 2020.
Nothing about the process of divorce is easy. In fact, this type of family law proceeding can be incredibly confusing and emotionally overwhelming. However, making some moves early on in the divorce process may make navigating it easier for individuals in Missouri.
Before moving forward with divorce, individuals who are seeking marital breakups may want to establish emergency funds for themselves. These funds do not necessarily have to be large. Even a small fund may make a divorcing individual feel empowered to set off in his or her own direction as soon as possible.
Also, part of the pre-divorce planning process should ideally involve determining where the divorcing individual will live. For some people, it makes sense to try to stay in the family home, especially if they will likely receive custody of the children. However, for others, it may make more sense to put the marital home on the market and divide the proceeds. This may result in more cash for both parties and also allow them to more easily move on from the marriage from an emotional standpoint.
Divorce can understandably be intimidating due to the many legal, financial and emotional components involved in it. However, if two divorcing parties are willing to try to reach an agreement on matters such as asset division and child custody, they can avoid further court intrusion. Of course, this may not always be possible, in which case a judge must decide divorce issues for the couple. Either way, a family law attorney in Missouri will push for the best outcome possible for his or her client given the circumstances surrounding the divorce.