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5 Ways to Make Your Divorce Go Smoothly

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5 Ways to Make Your Divorce Go Smoothly

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If you and your spouse are considering a divorce, you both probably want to keep things as smooth and hassle-free as possible. Too many divorces create unnecessary stress, emotional turmoil, and financial strain, which can result in a longer divorce process and lots of hurt feelings. When you are attempting an uncontested divorce in Florida, the law is on your side, and things can be quick and easy if you want them to be.

Instead of letting your divorce ruin your life or take up all of your time and energy, plan ahead and follow these tips to save your sanity in the long run. Here are a few ideas to make your divorce go smoothly:

  1. Don’t hide things

When it comes to legal dissolutions, honesty is the best policy. Complete your financial statements thoroughly and don’t attempt to hide any assets, accounts, or debts. And while Florida is a “no-fault” state when it comes to adultery, these types of allegations can affect other aspects of divorce, so it’s best to be upfront about those as well.

  1. Get a good attorney

Some people attempt to handle their divorce all on their own, and end up making errors on the paperwork or calculation mistakes, resulting in a longer, more frustrating process. Hire a qualified Florida divorce attorney to advocate for your needs and streamline all the forms and filings.

  1. Talk about arrangements together

When a couple approaches a divorce with a good idea of who will get what, it makes things go much easier. Talk ahead of time about property division, child and pet custody, and debt allocation, and have a plan to put it all into writing with your lawyer’s help.

  1. Don’t stall

Even though divorce is a very emotional subject and you’re probably dealing with a lot of thoughts and feelings, try not to stall on the process. This can cause filing delays, miscommunications, and other problems. If you’re not sure you want a divorce, or what your rights are in a divorce, reach out to an attorney right away.

  1. Stay cool

Whether you’re at home or in the law office, keep your cool and try to be cordial to each other. Yelling, making threats, or other aggressive behaviors can only make you look bad in your divorce proceedings. Be as calm, rational, and respectful as possible.

Ready to work with an experienced divorce attorney in Melbourne? Reach out to Harnage Law today and request your free consultation.