Hoping For It To Be An Amicable Divorce - Next Steps
“You never really know someone until you divorce them.”
This old adage may be true, but it doesn’t mean that every divorce will be a rocky one. Even if a difficult divorce is anticipated, there are ways to keep things as amicable as possible. Not only is an amicable divorce best for any kids involved, but it can also be beneficial to each divorcee’s finances and, more importantly, mental health.
Join us for a Wiser Together webinar on, “Hoping for it to be an Amicable Divorce - Next Steps.” Attorney Rich Harris, president of The Harris Law Firm, shares the strategies he uses to help his clients navigate divorce amicably. After all, common pitfalls can be avoided when one is prepared to take them on.
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