Divorces can be tough for everyone involved, no matter if they are contested or uncontested. However, it can be difficult to know what to expect because everyone’s situation is different and every party involved could have a different type of change coming their way, whether it be the husband, wife, or children. In this blog, our divorce lawyers at the Lake of the Ozarks are going to give you a brief overview of the different types of changes a typical divorce can bring to each person involved. If you are going through a tough divorce and need a divorce lawyer you can trust, call Deputy and Mizell at 417-532-2191 or visit our website at www.DeputyandMizell.com for more information on the divorce law services we provide.
Divorce Expectations: Are Yours Realistic or Unrealistic?
For a Spouse (Husband or Wife)
If you are a wife and mother or husband and father going through a divorce, maybe you have relied on the other spouse for finances and child support and stayed at home for last few years to take care of the little ones. Perhaps you are frightened and worried that you won’t be able to make it financially on your own? That’s not necessarily the case. Typically, when you divorce someone under these sort of circumstances, you could have a good chance of qualifying for alimony and child support. Alimony is the court ordered money that must be paid by the to the other spouse after a divorce or separation. Child support or the court ordered payments that must be paid to help take care of the child. If you are going through a divorce and feel that you are owed these things, but are not sure how to go about them, call the divorce lawyers at Deputy and Mizell.
For the Children
As a new child of divorce, it can feel like your whole world is changing. You can go from living in one place full-time to living in two places, part-time. Children may also have to change schools and be around new kids they have never met before. The atmosphere for a child going through a divorce can completely change, all depending on the custody determination. If one parent gets sole custody, then they may not see the other parent much at all. If two parents get joint custody, then the child could spend half his or her time with each parent.
Need a Divorce Lawyer in Camden County?
At the law firm of Deputy & Mizell, L.L.C., our Lake of the Ozarks divorce lawyers provide aggressive, dedicated representation to men and women throughout the Lake of the Ozarks region in all aspects of family law. Whether you have an uncontested or highly contested divorce, we are committed to doing whatever it takes to secure a favorable outcome on your behalf. Going through a divorce can be extremely difficult for everyone involved. The anxiety over an uncertain future and the frustration over unfamiliar legal issues can sometimes be too much to bear. At times like these, having a strong advocate who is committed to ensuring that your interests are protected can be an invaluable asset. Call Deputy and Mizell today for your free consultation.
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