Whether you are on good terms with your future ex spouse or not, divorce tends to be an unpleasant experience where emotions run high and things can spiral out of control quickly. We at Strategic Divorce Consultants guide our clients, prepare them for what lies ahead, and help them achieve their priorities and prevent them from making the rash emotional “Get It Over With” decisions, these decisions once codified in your Separation or Divorce Agreement could be damaging to you up until your youngest child becomes a legal adult at 18 or even in some states until your child turns 21 years of age as these decisions may not be reversible no matter how much time and money is spent trying to do so.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Thanks to Strategic Divorce Consultants I know that I wont have to go more then a couple of consecutive days without seeing my children. I feel so much better about getting divorced now. Don’t get divorced without them!
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Our mission is to provide you the support and professional guidance to assist you in making the decisions that will affect your life in the next decade and beyond. The Support and Guidance we provide will all be tangible and actionable and will be able to be incorporated into your Divorce documentation.
One of the smartest moves you can make is to gain a professional unbiased unemotional perspective. We at Strategic Divorce Consultants specialize in providing our clients a crystal clear view of post divorce life and how your Divorce Agreement will impact you and your children and loved ones.
The divorce process may be short or long, but often you will be expected to quickly make decisions that will affect you and your children for many years to come. Once the result of these decisions become part of your Separation Agreement or Divorce Decree, it will be very difficult, if not impossible, and incredibly expensive to change
If you miss items in your divorce decree you will not be able to add them later unless your ex-spouse agrees (and chances are if you want it added, your ex will not) To make a modification you would need to file a petition with the court, and if your ex disagrees, there would be a trial (a very expensive proposition) and the judge would make the final decision whether or not to allow the modification.
There are millions of divorced people who wish they could have a “Divorce-Do-over” but there is really no such thing. There are no “Do-Overs” or 2nd chances in Divorce once the Parenting Plan becomes part of your divorce decree. Your Parenting Plan is a binding contract that must be abided by until your child (children) are at least 18 years old.
We will help you get it right the first time for you and your children. As your Divorce Strategist, We will work with you to design a customized Strategy and Parenting Plan for your Divorce[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Please note that we are not attorneys and do not provide legal advice.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]