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Ways to Control the Cost of Your Divorce

Ways to Control the Cost of Your Divorce

Divorce can be a challenging, often affecting living situations, routines, and finances. One of the most stressful aspects of a divorce is the pile of bills and debt that may come along. If you are looking for ways to control your divorce costs, there are steps that you can take to minimize your financial burden during this time. Divorce costs can vary based on many factors, but here are some general strategies to keep prices at a minimum.

Opt for Mediation With Your Attorney

Taking a divorce case to trial can be expensive. Attorneys fees and other related costs can pile up quickly, adding more stress to an already stressful situation. Mediation can be a great option for parties looking to cut down on these expenses, proving a way for you to settle your divorce out of court and settle your disputes with a neutral third party.

Court processes can also take a long time, especially given the pandemic. The courts have been backed up with many different cases since COVID-19 began in 2020—which means that your divorce case could end up being drawn out longer than you initially hoped. Settling your divorce via mediation could also help you avoid this outcome.

Organize Your Finances

It can be immensely helpful to know what is yours and what you want before you walk into a settlement meeting. Not having your finances in order might result in you being lowballed or the other party taking advantage of you and trying to get more than they deserve. If you have issues organizing your finances, working with a financial advisor could be beneficial.

Work with an Experienced Divorce Lawyer

Having a committed divorce lawyer on your side during a divorce is a necessity. A skilled divorce attorney has the knowledge and experience to handle your divorce case in a way that mitigates unnecessary expenses and allows your case to go as smoothly as possible. A skilled divorce lawyer can help you determine whether mediation is right for you, or fight for you in court if going to trial is in your best interests.

Reaching out to a dedicated family law attorney is one of the most important steps you can take in your divorce. At Moskowitz Law Group, are prepared to walk you through this process and provide tailored guidance every step of the way. To learn more about what we can do for you, call today to set up your free case evaluation.

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