Your divorce case is over, but your divorce may not be.
Let me help.
The final hearing in an uncontested divorce is perhaps one of the most anti-climactic things I ever do. I remember a client riding in the elevator with me after her hearing, looking up at me and quietly asking, “what do I do now?”
I didn’t know then, but I promised myself I would have an answer next time a client asked me that question – and thus, Your Post-Divorce Compass: Practical, Real-World Advice for the Newly Single was born. Written as a comprehensive workbook, you’ll sort out every conceivable “post-divorce” task methodically and in manageable tasks over just 30 days. Download a free sample chapter, and if you like what you see, you can buy the book.
Sometimes, there are issues or disputes that arise after your divorce has been over, months or even years later. For example:
- Have you double-checked to make sure you’ve done everything you’re supposed to in your divorce agreement or divorce decree? If you haven’t, you may be in “contempt” (violation) of a court order, which can have serious consequences.
- Did your ex do what he/she was supposed to do? This could be anything from paying you money on time (or at all) to transferring title to your car or house, or even providing you with information.
- Over time, financial and other circumstances change, which can affect how much child support and/or alimony you should pay or receive.
- As kids grow older, and other things change, your parenting time schedule might have become inconvenient or even unworkable, and it may be time to think about making changes.
Often, but not always, these issues may be hotly contested. Book a consultation today to see if we can help guide you through the process.