Your relationship has broken down.
Whether you were married or in a de facto relationship or if you wanted the relationship to end or not it doesn’t really matter. The fact of the matter is, nothing has helped to keep the relationship together. You are now going heading towards a divorce or separation.
You may be feeling angry, resentful or guilty. No matter your emotional state, right now you need help. Help to resolve your separation or divorce; help to set a plan in place so you can move forward with your life. Understandably, you have questions that need to be answered. Everyone around you has given you their opinion. Whether it’s from their own experience or reading trashy celebrity columns in a magazine, their opinion may not truly represent your circumstances. You need a lawyer who will listen to you and provide advice and direction as it will best suit you.
Simply hoping that the matter will resolve itself is not a viable answer. It rarely works out that way. You need to take charge of your situation and create a plan that lets you proceed with the divorce or separation so that you can begin a new chapter in your life.
There will be many questions you need to answer and decisions to be made. You will need to sort out any property, assets, living arrangements, and potentially child arrangements. Making these decisions can be easy or difficult. That depends on the relationship you have with your partner and the attitude they bring to the process. Your lawyer can provide great value by working through issues and presenting you with workable options.
You need a lawyer who will keep your best interests in mind and speed the divorce or separation forward, ideally amicably.
It’s time to work with a lawyer who is focused on getting you the best possible outcome, with the least amount of headache and hassle.
Would you benefit from talking to Patrick Sheridan for 10 minutes to resolve your most immediate family law questions? Patrick will review your situation and give you the practical advice you need right now.
The answer will help determine the best course of action for you, your family and your future.
Ask Patrick your questions today.