The Benefits Of An Amicable Divorce

Whether via friends or family members, most of us have seen first hand what a spiteful, adversarial divorce can do to a couple and their children. Today, more than ever, couples are looking for alternative methods to walk out the dissolution of marriage and divorce. When couples choose to take the high road and choose to have an amicable posture towards one another they not only benefit themselves, but those who love them most. Here are a few of the practical benefits of amicable divorce.

Amicable Divorce Puts The Kids First

The impact that divorce has on children is different for every family, but parents who truly want the best for their kids can work to mitigate that impact.

Amicable Divorce Can Be More Private

Certainly once a divorce is final, the most basic facts will become part public record, but when a divorce goes to trial more personal details of your lives will become part of that public record. Amicable divorce helps you protect your privacy.

Amicable Divorce Saves You Time

When couples come to the negotiation table with adversarial attorneys, seemingly insignificant conflicts become long and drawn out battles. Amicable divorce saves you from a long, drawn out process.

Amicable Divorce Saves You Money

When each spouse is unwilling to come to a compromise, the attorneys win as fees continue accumulate as the process continues to become more complex. There is no need to spend your assets or go income unnecessary debt to resolve issues. When a couple is amicable, divorce is less costly and each spouse gets to keep more of what they’ve earned.

Amicable Divorce Saves You Further Emotional Trauma

Divorce can be an emotionally painful experience for anyone. Thoughts of regret and blame can quickly turn to vindictive behaviors. With the help of a amicable divorce minded attorney, you can avoid common divorce pitfalls exasperate emotions not only for you and your spouse, but for your children.

Contact The Law Firm Of Jean W. Wise

Let Attorney Jean W. Wise leverage her 22+ years experience for the benefit of your divorce, amicable or otherwise. From uncontested divorce to litigation over large marital estates and every aspect of custody and child support, our firm has handled hundreds of divorce cases. Feel free to call (913) 345-9473 or email us anytime and let’s get the conversation about your situation. Jean W. Wise offers compassionate, diligent, and tough-minded legal counsel for your divorce.