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Divorces require logical thinking, not emotional decision making

The emotional ties that you have to your family law case can make it difficult to think with a clear head about what direction the case is moving in. When you are dealing with the end of a marriage, you might be shocked by what you go through. You might feel happy that you can finally move on with your life, but you might feel upset that you don't have someone to share it with.

We know that staying on track with the discussions about property division and child custody might be difficult. It is easy to become sidetracked by how the different options make you feel. Instead of getting sucked into that situation, you need to think logically about each decision so that you can determine how they will impact your future.

The property division aspect of the divorce is one that is likely going to be challenging. You and your ex have to figure out the value of the assets that need to be split. Then, you have to determine how they are going to be divided between you. If you have marital debts, these are also handled during the property division process. You might be able to use the debts to balance out the differences in assets.

We know that it might be tempting to tie in child custody with the property division, but this can't happen. Instead, the child custody matters must be handled completely separately. You have to do what is best for your children, which won't have anything to do with who gets to keep the art collection.

We can help you to determine your best options regarding these matters.

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