ROAD to RESOLUTION offers valuable pre-divorce education services to help individuals understand the legal and emotional aspects of divorce, ensuring you are well-informed before making important decisions related to divorce.
What is Pre-Divorce Education?
Hiring ROAD to RESOLUTION for pre-divorce education offers a number of benefits for individuals contemplating divorce. We provide you with the knowledge and information you need before initiating a divorce and prepare you for what to expect during the process. A comprehensive pre-divorce education will help you understand the legal issues that will need to be addressed, as well as the process options available to you and your spouse. Understanding the implications of your decisions helps you make informed choices, minimize potential conflicts, and streamline the divorce process.
What Are The Benefits of Pre-Divorce Education?
We can provide emotional support by helping you navigate the complexities of divorce with greater resilience. Oftentimes, the divorce process can be overwhelming and emotional. Pre-divorce education helps to alleviate that uncertainty by helping you prepare for the first steps whenever you’re ready to take them.
ROAD to RESOLUTION can play a vital role in empowering individuals with the knowledge they need before proceeding with a divorce. We’ll conduct detailed consultations, discussing the circumstances of your marriage and concerns. Based on this information, we’ll provide personalized guidance tailored to your needs.
1. Should I take pre-divorce education alone or with my spouse? A pre-divorce education can be done alone or with your spouse. However, we recommend you and your spouse attend together, if possible.
2. What kind of things can you expect to learn in pre-divorce education? You and/or your spouse will learn the legal and personal issues you may need to address if you are contemplating separation or divorce. You will also learn the pros and cons of the process options available to you to resolve your legal issues and untangle your financial and parental affairs. There are many options, including Collaborative Divorce, mediation, and litigation, so it’s helpful to understand each process and the pros and cons of each..
3. Do issues like child support, child custody, alimony, and property have to be decided before finalizing the divorce? In North Carolina, support, child custody, alimony, and property do not have to be decided before the divorce is final. However, if you want to “preserve your claim” or maintain your legal right to alimony and equitable distribution, you need to file these claims with the court prior to the Judgment of Divorce being granted. If you believe you have a claim for alimony and/or property, you should consult with a family law attorney before proceeding with divorce.
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