Are You Thinking Of Divorcing High School Sweetheart? Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. Take a moment to think back to your high school days. Recall the songs that were popular, your school colors, your favorite teacher, the teacher you hated, the school cafeteria, your best friends, what you did on Friday nights, what you … Read more…
A New And Optimistic Way To Think About Divorce Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. Approximately half of all marriages in America end in divorce. This statistic has been reported frequently by the media for perhaps thirty years. This rate of divorce causes many people to believe that marriage is an unstable institution and that … Read more…
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One of the first things you need to consider and evaluate when thinking about divorce is your money and your finances, according to many family lawyers.
College tuition, health care costs, alimony, child support, your assets, your business, your home and your retirement need to be understood, addressed and protected.
Consider interviewing three lawyers before you decide who to retain. Bring a list of questions to your meeting to make sure you cover all the issues. Because divorce is emotionally challenging and quite stressful, you can easily forget or misunderstand information that is communicated to you. So bring a pad with your concerns and take notes at your initial consultation.