[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Ask yourself some serious questions and answer them honestly. Is there still some love in the marriage, or are you just two people living together? Do you really want a divorce or are you just angry about something that could be fixed? Have you thought about what your life will be like after a divorce? Can you remember when you last enjoyed each other’s company? Do you dream or fantasize about divorce or life without your spouse? Has your spouse been unfaithful? Can you get past your spouse’s adultery even though studies show that people who cheat once in a marriage are likely to cheat again? Do you feel irritated with your spouse all the time? Are you ready to let go of the good as well as the bad in your marriage?
Your answers to questions like these will help you know whether you should turn thoughts about divorce into action.
Once you decide that divorce could be a real option for you, there are some other things you should (or should not) do before talking with a lawyer.
Once you have decided that you or your spouse really want to pursue divorce, your next step is to talk with a divorce lawyer or family law attorney. After talking with a lawyer and deciding you really want a divorce, you will start down a long and often-complicated path. Most divorcing couples are experiencing the legal system for the first time and often find the process overwhelming.
Educating yourself about the legal aspects of divorce is one of the best things you can do for yourself. The other thing you can do to make the divorce process less stressful is to have the right kind of legal representation. The Sisemore Law Firm, P.C. in Fort Worth can help guide you through the divorce process from the beginning.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]