You’re reading this now, because you’re thinking about divorce, starting a divorce, going through a divorce or have already experienced the divorce process. There are very few resources on divorce that are truly objective resources. Almost every divorce online resource has the money strings attached, so the perspective of the article or website is skewed. No longer, my friends! Welcome to FYI Divorce, an unbiased resource that’s not tapping into the industry of divorce, but tapping into the heart of the matter; PEOPLE’s LIVES. This is not a place to find legal advice. This is a place to find the real deal; reveal what’s behind the divorce curtain for lack of a better analogy.
Hold onto your hats, because FYI Divorce will be taking you on a wild ride. There will be insight garnered from personal experience (a perspective outside of family law), there will be interviews of divorcées, there will be interviews of industry workers and most of all there will be NO SUGARCOATING. It’s time there is some real talk about what goes on in the courthouse and the courtroom and how the individuals’ experience can be drastically different depending on what state and county the divorce is filed.
There are many different types of divorce. There are online divorces, uncontested divorces, contested divorces, only custody cases in non-marital situations, domestic violence divorces, irreconcilable differences divorces (which covers up the true reason for divorce), short term marriage divorces, long-term marriage divorces and the list goes on. It’s time someone talks about the experience that unravels once you enter this tangled web of family law. DO NOT ENTER the divorce lane without reading FYI Divorce first.
If divorce was simple, there would be no need for FYI Divorce. Divorce is complicated. The state government and attorneys make it even more complicated. It’s not like you can file all the necessary paperwork with or without an attorney and go on your merry way as a singleton. Once you go down this expensive path of family law there is no U-turn. Do I have your attention? Your life matters. Family law does not consider your life. Family law does not care about you, your family or even your kids. Family law is there to accept your dollars, shuffle paperwork and do it all over again the next day. There are those rare few in family law that do want to have a positive impact in the industry, but those people are extremely scarce and busy; good word travels fast. Stay tuned for more real talk on divorce tips and family law.