May 04, 2021 | Family Law
Most people who decide to end their marriage have the same thought – “I want this to be over as soon as possible.” While divorcing spouses understandably want a quick and painless process, sometimes “quick” doesn’t result in an agreement that ensures their financial and emotional well-being.
That’s why North Carolinians are advised to work with an experienced family law attorney who can help you sort through those feelings to arrive at the best outcome. Sometimes, that can happen through amicable negotiations, while others may need to litigate their divorce.
When it comes to choosing between going to court or working with your soon-to-be-ex through mediation or collaboration, these four components can help plot the best course for you:
In some cases, the end of a marriage can spark strong emotions over “getting even” with an unfaithful or neglectful spouse. While those feelings may be warranted, going to court to get “back at them” may not be the best thing for your future.
An experienced divorce attorney who is focused on your needs can guide you through the process and help assess the type of divorce that results in an equitable outcome with the least amount of cost and conflict, leading to a brighter future.