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Divorce on a Budget, Divorce Questions, Mediation

Divorcing couples have many challenges they face regarding the family law divorce process. If you are facing a divorce, you will need to make some difficult choices based upon your situation, including how you and your spouse want to approach divorce. Many factors are involved such as, are the two of you on good speaking terms or not? Are you willing to work out your differences together? Is there a lot of anger/hurt that you cannot put aside? Do you need counseling? What is your financial situation? How is your child/children handling the separation? At Family Law Center, we approach divorce with compassion. We try to make your divorce as cost-effective as possible and to reduce the stress of what is already a difficult situation. These are just a few examples of what “Divorce with Compassion” is all about.

No one is saying that divorce is easy, but it doesn’t have to be more difficult than it already is. Having the right family law attorney to help you with your divorce and help you work through the issues that will arise will make the process easier for you. If you have children, having the right attorney to help you maintain focus on your children and guide you through child support and child custody decisions will take a huge burden off of you so that you are better able to be the best you can be for them.

Visit our office to receive informational brochures on your divorce options, including the mediation process, and to receive free copies of Carol Delzer’s books “Collaborative Co-Parenting” and “Divorce Done Easier.”

This blog post was written by Mark F. Johannessen. Mark is a California Family Law attorney and Certified Family Law Specialist at Family Law Center. He practices exclusively family law and serves the greater Sacramento area, including the counties of Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer, and Yolo. If you need assistance with your divorce, including the division of assets and debts, call Mark at (916) 488-5088 to schedule a consultation.