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Pulling yourself together during a divorce isn't always easy, especially if you don't want to lose your spouse in the first place. But if your spouse doesn't feel the same about you, you need to find a way to move on. Learning what to expect during and after divorce may help you overcome the negative emotions you feel. My blog offers many tips on how to handle the challenges of divorce, child custody and alimony. By learning to cope with your impending divorce, you have the power to meet life head on and win. Good luck and thank you for visiting.

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3 Things You Should Share With Your Divorce Attorney

When getting a divorce, your divorce law specialist is your best ally. Often, hiring divorce attorney services is in your best interest to help you get the most out of your divorce settlement and to hopefully get your divorce finalized as quickly and fairly as possible. When you have an impending divorce, the best way your attorney can assist you is by knowing all details pertinent to your case. Whether you have financial matters, fidelity issues on either side of the marriage, or if there are legal pasts to worry about or other key things related to your married life that can impact your divorce in either direction, here are three things you should share with your attorney.

What finances/assets you have

Do you have a trust fund? What about a secret bank account your spouse doesn't know about? Have you inherited a sum of money during your marriage? While in many cases the money you acquire while you are married is yours, in some cases, like if you live in a community property state, what's yours is also your soon-to-be ex-partner's. You don't want to keep these finances hidden from your lawyer because their job is to help you protect any assets you have.

Any fidelity issues

If your spouse has hired a lawyer, you can bet that any secret online dating or social media accounts, past affairs, or any other fidelity issues regarding your marriage will come to light, particularly if proving infidelity is a leading cause in the divorce in the first place. Reveal any fidelity issues you have with your lawyer, whether they are your own infidelities or those of your spouse. Your lawyer will be able to create a stronger argument if they are aware of what is likely going to be brought to the case in the first place. In divorce law, fidelity cases can be tricky and should be transparent.

Assets you can't agree on

Have you gotten a family pet that neither one of you will want to part with? Have you acquired furnishings or vehicles along the way that may come up in an argument throughout the divorce? Large or small, any asset should be listed and given to your lawyer that may come up as a disputed thing. This way, your lawyer will be able to help you come up with a fair split of assets or a trade of one asset for another to help your divorce go much more smoothly.