The following are typical misconceptions about “winning your divorce” that family lawyers often hear from clients, and explanations to help clients understand and set realistic expectations for the process.
Separation and Divorce Process
At the end of the day, therapy and mediation are complementary. The standard therapy tools of rapport building, validation, recognizing core needs and establishing goals, and cognitive reframing can also be an important part of the mediation process.
Divorce can be the simplest and fastest way to say goodbye to each other if you’re willing to be fair in every aspect of the process.
You could lose both time and money by litigating in court instead of agreeing to your spouse’s terms to settle your divorce. However, you should gain an understanding of the likelihood of achieving your goals in court before deciding to settle.
If you try to rush the divorce process, mistakes will be made, details can be overlooked and pressure can mount, leading a less than satisfactory ending to your marriage.
When terminating or dissolving a domestic partnership you will both sign a statement of termination or notice of termination. Doing so will end the domestic partnership and return each of you to a legal status of “single.”
Just like any other legal aspect, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about family law. The ever-expansive and complex laws make it confusing and overwhelming to the general public. This gradually builds up to even more misconceptions.
Per Google, “disillusion” is defined as “disappointment resulting from the discovery that something is not as good as one believed it to be.” If you are considering a dissolution vs. divorce vs. legal separation, you have likely come to the realization that your marriage is not as good as you once believed. But which path is best to take?
The Texas divorce process can be difficult to navigate through. Amarillo Family lawyer Josh Woodburn answers common questions about divorce in Texas.
Getting divorced is never simple, and sometimes you need a third party to make sure everything runs smoothly and remains civil before the lawyers get involved. Find out more about the benefits of mediation before divorce here.