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Tips may help 20-somethings during divorce process

| Feb 6, 2020 | Divorce |

Getting divorced at any age can be daunting, but it can especially seem earth-shattering for people in their 20s. This is because they have likely spent the majority of their adult lives with their soon-to-be exes. However, a few tips may help to make the divorce process go as smoothly as possible for them.

First, young couples in San Antonio who are getting divorced may want to revisit their prenuptial agreements if they created these prior to getting married. Their agreements will probably address many divorce issues, including property division. If there is no prenup, issues such as property distribution, alimony, child support and child custody will have to be negotiated or decided in family court. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution that helps the parties address open issues without the need for costly and time-consuming litigation in court.

In addition, it makes sense for those getting divorced to prioritize their objectives. For instance, they should ideally pinpoint what assets they are okay with leaving behind versus what they would like to keep following the divorce. Then, they can focus specifically on pursuing what truly matters to them. This laser focus may help to save time, money and energy during the divorce process.

Divorce can certainly be a complicated ordeal both emotionally and financially. However, an attorney in San Antonio can provide the guidance needed to navigate property distribution and other potentially contentious family law issues with confidence. The attorney’s main goal is to help the client to achieve a comprehensive settlement agreement with the other party while keeping the client’s best interests at the heart of the divorce proceeding.