Divorce is as much a beginning as it is an end

Divorce is as much a beginning as it is an end

Going through a divorce can be a very trying experience. It’s the last thing you ever thought would happen on that day you said, “I do.” But since then your life has changed in myriad ways. Things are more complicated than all those years ago.

For example, you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse may have acquired assets and property that you each have a share of, but must be appropriately allocated. Now you are faced with having to work out the logistics of new living arrangements, finances and maintaining your lifestyle. In short, your whole life is being overhauled, which is daunting, to say the least.

But there is a positive side as well. When all’s said and done and your divorce is finalized, you will have the opportunity to chart a new course in your life, a course that is dictated by your needs and desires. You will also be relieved of the stress that comes with living with someone you are at odds with. You can walk into any room in your house without the fear of an argument or tension caused by prolonged silence.

So as you go through these difficult days, keep in mind that things will get better and you will be fine. And, you do not have to bear the full weight of working out the details of your divorce alone. We at Butler, Giraudo & Meister, P.C. are at the ready to help you by providing compassionate and understanding legal counsel.

We offer a variety of services that can be tailored to your specific circumstances. Our firm places special focus on property division in high net worth divorce cases. We can work to help ensure that your final settlement will provide the financial cornerstone you need to begin your life anew.  You can read more about our firm on the pages of this website and contact us at any time to arrange a consultation.

 

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