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Tactics that may only further complicate matters during a divorce

On Behalf of | Aug 19, 2019 | divorce/marital dissolution

It is no secret that dissolving a marriage can be a stressful and daunting process. With a variety of aspects to address, each of which could have a significant impact on one’s future, divorce can also be a complex process. Experts indicate that there are also certain tactics individuals in California may encounter during a divorce and understanding these strategies and the impact they could have on the situation could prove imperative.

After deciding to take separate paths in life, one might enter the process of divorce with hopes of reaching an amicable and acceptable outcome within a timely manner. However, there are a variety of tactics the other party might deploy in an attempt to prolong the process. Experts indicate that in some cases, a person may attempt to subject the other party to additional amounts of stress by continually altering the details or terms of a settlement.

Experts also indicate that one could experience similar concerns when attempting to reach an acceptable child custody agreement. Another tactic that one may encounter during a divorce pertains to a scenario in which the other party tries to remove all marital funds from joint accounts. Regardless of how or why it happens, dealing with any unexpected delays or complications during such a potentially emotional and intimidating process can be a challenging endeavor.

When facing a divorce, individuals in California may wish to seek insight on what to expect from and how to prepare for the subsequent process. By consulting with a family law attorney early on, a person could obtain much-needed advice on every aspect of dissolving a marriage. An attorney can address all a client’s concerns and assist in forming a strategy to pursue the best outcome achievable concerning his or her future during legal proceedings.