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Contact a divorce lawyer early to gain an advantage

| Feb 3, 2021 | High Asset Divorce |

Setting an appointment with an Ohio divorce lawyer may make you feel like you’ve given up on your marriage. However, doing so at that first sign that your marriage might be ending could give you a significant advantage if you decide to get divorced.

Information

Knowledge is power when it comes to divorce. You are probably very emotional right now and if you’re like most people, you aren’t thinking as clearly as you normally would. A lawyer could help you explore your options and answer some of your most pressing questions. Your lawyer may tell you what to expect when it comes to:

  • Property division
  • Financial support
  • Child custody

Preparation

If you’ve never been divorced, it’s likely you don’t know what you need to do to prepare. It’s important to know what your marital assets are and to secure enough funds for yourself in case your joint accounts get frozen. Be sure to ask your lawyer for advice before making a large withdrawal. Doing so will likely alert your spouse to the possibility you are filing for divorce. If you are planning to keep it a secret, consider waiting or making small withdrawals over time.

Empowerment

Consulting with a divorce lawyer doesn’t obligate you to divorce your spouse. However, the information you gather could help you protect yourself and your assets in case your marriage takes a turn for the worse in the future. You may feel more secure giving your spouse another chance knowing that if it doesn’t work out, you are prepared to file for divorce.

Divorce may be easier if you are prepared and know what to expect throughout the process. Consulting with an attorney early, even before you’ve made up your mind to end the marriage, could give you peace of mind and confidence no matter what you decide.

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