How can an experienced paralegal drastically change the outlook of your divorce?

get the right help  during the most difficult process of a divorce.  
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The Paralegals Helping Hand

We will guide you through the process of going through a Divorce
  • We will help you file the petition
  • In Florida, divorce is called “dissolution of marriage."
  • If you have no children, are not pregnant, agree on division of property, and no one is seeking alimony you may qualify for a “Simplified Dissolution of Marriage”.
  • If you do not qualify for the “Simplified Dissolution of Marriage” then you can file using the other method which is called “Regular Dissolution of Marriage.”
What can you expect?
Financial affidavit that must be filed with the court within 45 days of the petition being filed, there is other financial information that must be given to the other party in your caseI.
In most parts of Florida, you will be required to go through mediation to see if you can reach an agreement on those issues about which you have not already agreed.
Parenting Plans
• How the parties plan to share daily tasks involved in raising a child/children;
• A time-sharing schedule;
• A decision as to who will be in charge of filling out forms for health care, school, and other activities; and,
• How parents will communicate with the children.
The stress of Divorce
We all know that divorce is one of the most stressful events imaginable. No one hears “divorce” and consider it as a great or fun time. Even in the best divorce scenarios, difficult family and economic issues need to be resolved reasonably and objectively.

Divorce, related custody and support disputes proceedings are long and protracted affairs involving meeting with attorneys and making multiple court appearances. they can be very rough and draining processes. So, getting some form of help – whether from family, friends, therapists, or the experienced Paralegal can help schedule your appoint now.
Getting in for the wrong reasons.
Marrying for money -- we've all heard that that is a ticket to a quick divorce, but what about when you marry because it's what you think you should do?

I've met many divorced women who say the problems that made them leave were there right from the beginning but "everyone expected us to live happily ever after" or "we had already spent so much money on the wedding" or "we had just built our dream home."

So, remember, until you say "I do," you always have the choice to say "I don't!"
Becoming lost in the roles.
Just as many couples "forget" their single friends and single ways when they get married, when you add children into the mix, most parents soon neglect or completely forget that they are a couple.
Not having a shared vision of success.
Everything changed when we got married!  He drives you crazy because you're a saver and he's a spender. Your idea of a weekend getaway is a cozy cottage in the woods; your partner wants to the hit the town and catch a game.

He thinks it's your job to cook and clean, but you disagree.  Why didn't he mention these things before? Maybe you should have asked. Chances are that he hasn't changed -- your expectations did. Is it possible to survive major differences in philosophy? It is possible, but many do not.
The Intimacy Disappears.
Somewhere in a marriage there is a subtle change in the intimacy department. One person has an off day, there is a misunderstanding or someone doesn't feel well. Then there's the idea that he isn't as romantic or she isn't as sexual.

Whoever is the one with the subtle change can trigger a downward spiral in the intimacy department. Men generally need sexual receptivity to feel romantic and women generally need romance to be sexual receptive. As long as both people are getting what they need, they willingly provide what the other person wants. 
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