Monterey Divorce Attorney Discusses Divorce
A recent article on CNN.com was entitled “Happily Divorced Ever After” which unfortunately for most divorcing couples sounds too good to be true. While most divorces certainly can be very acrimonious to say the least it is certainly possible to have an amicable divorce and certainly something to strive for if children are involved. If you can manage to be civil with your estranged spouse then you stand a much better chance of finishing your divorce more quickly and certainly cheaper than you would if you were at each other’s throats.
As the article states it is important to strive to remain friendly with your estranged spouse for the sake of your children. Of course in many cases this is easier said that done if you both have very different views on parenting and your children’s needs. If you can make this work your children will benefit from seeing their parents successfully co-parenting and presenting a unified front to the children on all issues. As outlined in the article it is important to put the children’s needs first. If your estranged spouse is a good parent then keep the fact that they made a lousy spouse a separate issue and do not let it affect the children.
Going through a divorce is certainly never easy but there are ways to minimize the damage and look forward to happily divorced ever after. If you have questions regarding your divorce case we can assist you on all the pertinent issues from child custody and visitation to child and spousal support and property division. Please contact Sagaria Law to schedule a free consultation at one of the offices nearest you. We have offices in Monterey, Salinas, San Jose, Fremont and Redwood City 1-800-941-6730 or www.sagarialaw.com.