10 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Divorce

Choosing to end your marriage is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. With so much on the line, it is no wonder people take such serious consideration before they make such a life-altering decision. You presumably took plenty of time before getting married to ensure it was the right thing to do, and a divorce takes just as much time and consideration--if not more. Rushing into divorce can be one of the hastiest mistakes you’ll ever make, if you don’t stop to really think about the consequences.

Before getting a divorce, consider these questions:

  • Do you understand exactly what your spouse wants from you?
  • If you could do something to save the marriage, would you?
  • Have you really communicated your issues about the relationship to your spouse?
  • Do you still love each other?
  • Do you really think you’d be happier without your partner?
  • What is your biggest fear in getting a divorce and ending the relationship?
  • Are you financially prepared?
  • Do you have children? If so, how can you prevent them from being negatively affected?
  • Can you prevent this from happening in your next relationship?
  • Are you ready to handle everything that was once your spouse’s responsibility?

Contact Our Palm Harbor Divorce Lawyers Today

If you have considered the above and still feel divorce is the right decision for you, our Palm Harbor divorce lawyers want to help. Coming to the revelation that your marriage is over isn’t easy, and we at K. Dean Kantaras, P.A. will do everything in our power to relieve any of the pain, pressure, or stress you may be under. Our legal team is dedicated to helping you move on in the most efficient and effective way possible--you won’t ever feel like you’re alone with us by your side.

Schedule your initial consultation today by calling (727) 939-6113.

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