Are you considering getting a divorce but you feel emotionally strained or unsure about getting through the process? We help counsel our clients through a very difficult period in their lives. Everyone is different. Some clients know exactly what they need and want and have waited a long time to get a divorce. But others have a harder time and sometimes they need more of an advocate to work with them on many of the personal issues and challenges that divorce can bring.
At Mansur Law Group, we are supportive of our client’s needs and wishes. We work with a wide range of professionals who can help our clients with special expertise, and this includes therapists, financial planners, tax experts, real estate professionals and marriage counselors.
The attorneys at the firm are all caring professionals who advocate on your behalf and can assist you through what sometimes can be a challenging divorce process. We develop close relationships with many of our clients, but some clients need additional help and support to get through the divorce. We know when to bring in and suggest these professionals. It can make a big difference in your divorce.
Some clients just need additional emotional support and attention with the practical day to day ramifications of divorce. This can include many different things depending on the person from just getting organized or coping with the divorce and moving forward. For some it might involve communicating with their former spouse, creating a parenting plan, figuring out child custody issues.
This additional support can help you frame up your divorce and see your way through it, if it is just too challenging and overwhelming for you. The good thing about a well-respected divorce attorney is that we have a large network of professionals that can help give you the attention that you need.
Sometimes it can be better speaking to a professional than unloading on a friend or a loved one who is not as well equipped to advise you. Loved ones and friends have your best interests at heart but they may bear some resentment towards your former spouse. A divorce attorney or therapist can give you guidance and counsel that is objective and grounded in what’s best for you and your family. Keep in mind your family relationship will continue if you have children and have a shared custody agreement.
This support can help you through one of the most stressful life events can make a difference in your approach to the divorce and can often help make for a smoother divorce. Some people just need to hire a divorce attorney to make sure their interests are protected in divorce. But others might benefit from the advice of a supportive divorce attorney or from their network of professionals. If you are ready to begin the divorce process and want to understand all your options, then please call us at (978) 341-5040 for a consultation today.