Now that 2014 is here, people from around the country are well on their way to fulfilling the New Year’s Resolutions they made for themselves.
For persons going through a divorce, the most important resolution to make may be engaging in proceedings in a manner that will protect their finances in the long run. This can prove difficult given the emotions swirling around such a distinct alteration to one’s current lifestyle, but it’s going to prove necessary in order to have the financial stability that allows for a sunnier outlook on life in the New Year.
The Ochs Law Firm has seen firsthand the mistakes that people can make as they’re navigating the divorce process. Attorney Jason Ochs wants such individuals to start the New Year off on the right foot both financially and emotionally, and that could involve some sacrifices on the part of spouses.
“One of the biggest pieces of advice we give to those who come to us for divorce help is to manage the financial process appropriately,” said Mr. Ochs. “That means looking at the bigger picture. By looking ahead and identifying potential obstacles to financial security, you can begin the process of making sure you won’t suffer more than is necessary during a divorce.”
With that in mind, the law firm has compiled tips for those worried about finances while going through the divorce process.
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