The divorce process is a fluid process. What should you do if/when the process gets thrown off by a Black Swan or a White Swan or just by a general shift in the scope or timeframe of the process? The answer may not be intuitive, but hopefully you will agree that it makes sense, once you hear it:
You need to go through a process of planning, execution, and control and then repeat that cycle.
First, you plan a particular strategy. Then you start to execute it. Then something happens that throws the plan off. Then you get honest, objective feedback about what happened and why. Then you re-plan. Then you move forward again and execute the plan. Then something throws it off again. Then you take objective measure of what’s happened and course correct. Etc.
In a way, you can think about the divorce process as similar to the idea of flying a plane from Los Angeles to Honolulu. At every point along the way, the plane will be slightly off course. You constantly need to course correct, move forward, take measurements of where you are, recalibrate and then repeat this process.
Of course, in the abstract, these ideas probably sound pretty appealing. In practice, however, the devil is very much in the details. Fortunately, you do not have to reinvent the wheel when it comes to devising and executing a strategic divorce or child custody case. The team here at the Toussaint Law Firm, PC can help you and guide you throughout the process. Call us today via phone, or email for a confidential and free evaluation of your divorce case.