We’ve all heard the horror stories of how expensive divorce can be. Believe it or not getting a divorce doesn’t have to break the bank. Proper planning, keeping an open mind, forgetting revenge and most importantly hiring the right professionals for your particular situation will all help keep the costs down.
Julia Jones, family law attorney at Livesay & Myers, P.C. has some great suggestions for getting divorced when you think you can’t afford to. In her recently posted article on DivorceHQ.com she says many people want to be smart about moving forward with divorce but don’t have thousands of dollars to spend on the litigation process. She suggest that if you find yourself in that situation, the following are less expensive options and ways to mitigate the litigation costs in your divorce while still employing an attorney:
- Reach a Settlement
- Mediate or have a Four-Way Settlement Conference
- Prepare and Simplify
- Seek Pendente Lite Relief
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