We've recently discussed several points that come into the picture during divorce cases. One thing that is certain is that all divorce cases are individual matters that have unique circumstances. This is why you can't count on what happened in someone else's divorce to happen in your divorce.
We know that you are probably trying to find out what is going to happen in your case. We can go over the important matters with you to discuss the options and possibilities. A lot of times, what happens with each matter will depend on you and your ex.
This is something that many people don't understand about divorce. Even though you and your ex are ending the marriage, you will likely still need to work together to come up with the terms of the divorce. This can include everything from who, if anyone, is going to pay spousal support to what type of custody arrangement you have for the children.
As you consider each point in the divorce, remember to think independently. What you do regarding child custody can't have an impact on the property division process. Who is going to pay alimony shouldn't determine who is going to make decisions about the child's schooling.
As each decision comes up, you can count on us to help you learn about what options you have. We can discuss each option with you so that you have a good idea of what's going on with your case. As you make decisions about the direction of the case, we are here to help protect your rights and keep things moving.