Divorce / Separation

By: Resolve Legal Group  25-06-2013
Keywords: Division of matrimonial property

We all go through many transitions in our lives, however, divorce is a transition that none of us expect to go through especially when we enter a relationship expecting that partnership to last forever. Often times people experiencing divorce or separation are flooded with a variety of emotions such as guilt, anger, sadness, disappointment and loneliness, which adds to the difficulty of moving forward through the process of divorce and separation. Divorce and separation can be an extremely stressful and challenging transition. To further complicate matters compounding that stress is the task of dividing the finances of one intact family into two. There are so many questions facing any individual going through a divorce or separation such as: where will the children live, what will happen to our home, how will we be able to make ends meet, what will happen with our children? The list can be endless. It is important to retain the services of a professional with whom you have a ‘good fit’ as you need to be able to rely on and trust that professional to guide you through what often is one of the most difficult processes that an individual can experience. At Resolve Legal Group it is our mandate to ensure that our practice remains client centered, keeping our client’s needs at the forefront of any plan of action that we proceed with; and solution focused, meaning we strive to incorporate risk management strategies within our action plans and deliver the most efficient and cost effective services as possible.

Keywords: Division of matrimonial property

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