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Thinking carefully about your goals in a divorce case

| May 6, 2020 | Divorce |

When Illinois residents are in a marriage that is moving inevitably toward a divorce, they usually are going through a wide range of emotions. Anger, bitterness and resentment may be running high. However, as much as a divorce can be a life-altering and emotional process, Illinois residents who focus on the goals of the legal proceedings may be in a better position to get through the process better.

A recent news article discussed how important it is for people to stay focused on their goals and think carefully about them as they are getting ready to begin a divorce case. As the article discussed, for many people the ultimate goal to achieve in a divorce is to end up happier outside of the marriage that is breaking down. If that is the case, there is hard work ahead to plan, organize and go through the step-by-step legal process of a divorce case to ensure that there is no “buyer’s remorse” or thoughts that you could have done more to get a fair deal in the divorce case.

When considering your goals in a divorce, the recent news article noted that it can help to write those goals down. That way, you have a list to constantly refer to as you proceed through such divorce issues as property division, alimony, child custody and child support. It can also help to write down a list of the issues you are most concerned about as the divorce moves forward.

Each divorce case is unique, since each marriage is unique. Illinois residents who are starting to get into the planning mindset for a divorce may benefit from getting more information about the options in their own unique circumstances.