Many things happen when you go through a divorce. You might feel such strong emotions and have various things that you need to get off your chest. When this happens, you need to think carefully about who you are going to vent to.
There is a good chance that you and your ex share many of the same friends. This works well when you are married, but you have to determine if you can trust any of them when you need to talk about the end of your marriage. The last thing that you need it is to have one of them go back and tell your ex everything you are saying.
It might be a good idea to turn to friends or family members who didn’t usually do things with you and your ex. You might have some friends or loved ones who won’t repeat anything that you say. These are the ones that you need to use as a sounding board since you don’t have to worry about them running to your ex. It might be even better to talk to someone who doesn’t even know your ex at all.
We know that this is a trying time for you. We can’t promise you that you will make it through it all without any challenges; however, we are here when you are up against a legal challenge and need to learn the options, evaluate the possibilities, determine a plan and execute it. Throughout the process, we can represent your interests and work toward making sure that you aren’t getting a bad deal out of your divorce settlement.