Perhaps your spouse of 20 years left you yesterday morning, after a deeply disturbing revelation of an affair or other betrayal. Or maybe you have been separated for the past three or four weeks, but you are already “over it,” and you want to get into a new relationship as soon as possible.
No matter where you are on this extreme spectrum, you want to approach any new relationships strategically, both to shield your children and to ensure a smooth and fair divorce process. Over the next several blog posts, we will talk in detail about what you can do now and in the future to pave the way to find love again and to leverage lessons from your marriage to make future relationships work better.
Whether you are eager get back to dating, or you are so shocked and saddened by what happened that you don’t even want to think about finding someone else for months or even years, don’t delay the first step of process. Protect your rights and options. Get in touch with a seasoned divorce attorney at the Toussaint Law Firm, PC to schedule a time to talk with us about your needs. We can ensure that you get a fair distribution of assets, protect your family during child custody negotiations and connect you with critical resources to make the journey simpler and more likely to end happily.