Divorce Attorney Scott J. Stadler

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I recommend that the following steps be taken now to become proactive about your future. Begin to develop a game plan to effectively proceed through the divorce process by considering the following guidelines:
  • Determine the level of conflict you believe your case will have. Generally, the more conflict that exists between you and your spouse, the more time and money it will cost to resolve the conflict. Less conflict usually results in quicker resolution of the case.
  • Determine your short, medium and long term goals.
  • Determine a litigation budget for yourself.
  • Determine a time frame in which you would like to resolve your situation.
  • Write a list of questions and concerns you would like to ask me during our initial consultation.
  • Determine for yourself what is best for you despite what other’s may say is best for you.
  • Obtain information and resources that provide a working knowledge of child development and the effect of divorce on kids.
  • Focus on becoming a better parent instead of being quick to point the finger at the other spouse.
  • Understand that after you are no longer married you are still a family; the children still have a mother and a father.
  • Remember that you are not divorcing your children; that your children will need you even more if you and your spouse are living in two homes.
  • Use common sense when determining how you want the outcome of your case to be.

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