Realizing that your marriage is over is a time of new beginnings and emotions. Whether you come to this realization on your own or when you are handed divorce papers, you have to start thinking about the future. We are here to help guide you through the legal process that you have to go through to end your marriage.
One thing that shocks some people is that you are likely going to grieve when your marriage is over. Even if your marriage was fraught with problems, you will likely still mourn what you wish would have been a lifelong relationship. While this is perfectly normal, you can't let these emotions ruin your life.
As you become more accustomed to the fact that your marriage is over, you are likely going to be ready to just get the divorce over with and move on with your life. One way that you can do this is to try working with your ex to determine the terms of the divorce. You can either work through an informal process or you can use a more formal procedure like mediation to get this handled.
We understand that you have a lot on your mind and that you might have a lot on your plate right now. We can't make all the decisions about your divorce for you, but we can help you to determine what options you have and how each could affect you. These realizations may help you to decide what you are going to do at each crossroads you face during the divorce process.