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Understanding divorce process is crucial for those involved

On Behalf of | Oct 28, 2015 | Divorce |

The end of a marriage can be a devastating blow to both individuals involved, not to mention any children that may also be part of the family unit. Connecticut residents are probably not surprised to note that divorce can also be a complicated process. Combined with the emotional upheaval of the scenario, some people may be tempted to disengage from the process altogether. However, some experts agree that staying involved throughout the process can make a significant difference in the outcome of a divorce settlement. 

While many individuals choose to retain legal counsel during a divorce, it can be tempting to leave all of the particulars of the process to that professional. Of course, it is advisable to use the experience of legal counsel to its fullest advantage. However, it has also been suggested that leaving a lawyer to “take care” of everything can rob an individual of much-needed energy. Staying involved and in control can be very important. 

Some individuals shy away from legal representation altogether, citing prohibitive costs. However, it is important to remember that legal jargon can be very complicated, and a lack of understanding can leave an individual at a considerable disadvantage during negotiations. Seeking support can be as simple as researching to find out what services are available in a given geographical area. 

No one would pretend that divorce is an easy process. However, it does not have to be any harder than it needs to be. By staying engaged and involved and seeking appropriate support, those going through divorce in Connecticut can maintain control and focus throughout the process. This can pay as many emotional dividends as fiscal ones. 

Source: The Huffington Post, “7 Surprising Ways You Are Giving Away Your Power in Divorce”, Karen Covy, Oct. 23, 2015