Dangers of DIY Divorces

Divorce is a process no one wants to prepare for or even think about, especially in a marriage that seems to have either just begun or has lasted for several years. Perhaps you find yourself in a situation where divorce may be the only way to get back your peace of mind and are now wondering if you should handle it on your own without legal assistance. Here are 2 dangers of DIY divorces and how seeking professional legal assistance will benefit you.

Missing The Fine Details

One of the top dangers of DIY divorce that may cause severe consequences is missing the fine details during settlement. This means that the details involving child custody and your share of the assets must be conveyed precisely according to your wishes to avoid a less than equal agreement. Seeking the services of a professional attorney will benefit you as they will have the expertise to ensure a fair settlement.

High Conflict Divorce

As its name suggests, a high conflict divorce is a divorce that is riddled with conflict. This means you both cannot come to an amicable settlement, causing the divorce process to be excruciatingly long, drawn-out, combative, and exhausting. Another danger of DIY divorce is furthering the escalation of, an already, highly stressful situation. Hiring a professional attorney will help alleviate stress and may help diffuse the situation so you can both come to an amicable agreement.

The Professionals Who Can Help

Perhaps you are convinced that seeking legal assistance will benefit you. You are now perhaps searching for a professional family law attorney. Contact the Creative Family Solutions, Cianci Law, PC for our family law expertise. We understand your needs and can help customize a plan that fits your goals. When searching for a highly professional and reputable family law firm, we are the ones you can trust.

Call us at (916) 797-1575 or visit us online today to learn more.

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