Divorce is commonly seen as one of the most stressful experiences one will ever go through. Along with all of that stress, you are also making financial decisions that will most likely affect the rest of your life and perhaps the lives of your children as well. For that reason, it’s a good idea to get the advice of a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ or some other financial professional during your divorce process.
Not Considering Alternative Ways to Divorce
Divorce is a complicated process and you will want professionals to help you through it. However, it’s like they say. There is more than one way to skin a cat. Likewise, there is more than one way to divorce. One of those ways is called a Collaborative Divorce. Think of it as the opposite of a litigious divorce. In a collaborative divorce, the couple, along with their attorneys, a financial professional and a mental health professional, works together to figure out how to divide their time with the kids, and their assets, in a way that works well for all of the parties involved.
More importantly, after the divorce is over, couples who worked together to consciously uncouple make much better co-parents than those who fought about every little thing and spent a good chunk of their assets doing it.
To find out more, visit https://collaborativedivorcetexas.com and search for a professional in your area who is trained on the collaborative divorce process.
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