Post-Divorce in Morris County: Finding the Light at the End of the Tunnel
The strain and emotional nature of divorce often cause those going through it to be so completely consumed by the process that they can see little else. Whether you have are going through a high-net-worth divorce, a contested divorce or even an uncontested divorce, one of the hardest parts of the divorce process is oftentimes not getting to the end, but, rather, what to do next? There is, however, a light at the end of the tunnel. There are people and resources which can help you make your way, both emotionally and financially, once your divorce is finalized.
Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C., with offices in Morristown and Hackensack, our attorneys have the compassion, network and knowledge required to effectively help you through all stages of the divorce process: before, during and after. Our family law professionals will stand by you to help you pursue a favorable outcome that will provide you opportunity to begin the best possible post-divorce life. Contact us and meet with our family law attorneys today at 973-840-8970.
Where Can I Turn for Post-Divorce Emotional and Planning Support?
Many people turn to a trained therapist after a divorce. The issues brought to a head by divorce can be emotionally traumatizing. You may not even know how deeply you or your children were affected until much later. A licensed and well-trained therapist who you are comfortable with can be critical to helping you/your kids move beyond the divorce. Moreover, a therapist can also help you work through what happened during the marriage, the divorce, and how to adapt to a brand new future. There are many skilled and experienced licensed therapists who have helped many families move on.
Though different from a therapist in many ways, a divorce coach is trained to help you get through the divorce process and move forward from a more practical perspective. An experienced divorce coach can assist you in developing a positive, goal-oriented strategy for the future either early on in the divorce process, in the midst of its occurrence, or even after it’s over.
The Critical need for Post-Divorce Parenting and Financial Advice
Co-parenting after a divorce is not easy, especially after an often traumatic and contentious divorce process. A parenting coordinator can help transition both parents into workable co-parenting roles or, provide recommendations on anything from where the parenting time exchanges should occur to when there should be make-up parenting time, and much more. Furthermore when parents see their parenting role minimized by the other parent, the parenting coordinator’s existence and recommendations on these types of issues can help preserve your ability to have a say, and ideally protect your relationship with the children. They may also act as a calm third party in parenting time disputes.
Financial planning is critical after any divorce and engaging with an accountant or financial advisor is highly recommended. The situation can be much more complicated if you were not involved in the financial decisions and do not have an understanding of your monthly expenses, assets and any debts you were left with. An experienced accountant and financial advisor can help put your mind at ease.
Contact our Medham Divorce Attorneys Today
The family law lawyers at Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, support and counsel clients in Morristown, Whippany, Medham, Morris, Randolph, and across the greater Morris County Area. The skilled and experienced attorneys will guide you and show you where to turn in all stages of the divorce process: before, during and after. Since the firm was founded one of our core initiatives is aimed at helping our clients assemble a family unit that promotes growth and will stand the test of time.