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Various issues must be considered during the divorce process

Deciding to file for a divorce is an emotional decision. As we discussed last week, women file for divorce more often than men. Oftentimes, the decision to file for a divorce comes only after the couple has tried everything they can to salvage the marriage.

It is important for anyone who is considering a divorce to understand that you can't let your emotions rule the divorce. You have to think about your future. If you have children, you have to think about your children and their future. We know that taking a step back from your emotions during a divorce can be difficult. That is why we are here to help you through your divorce from the initial filing until the divorce is finalized.

There are several points that you have to consider when you are going through a divorce. Some of the most common issues that come up are property division, child support, child custody and alimony. Each of those issues can greatly impact your divorce and the rest of your life.

If you are divorcing because of domestic violence, we have to think about keeping you safe. You should consider seeking an order or protection to help keep your ex away from you so that he or she can't harm you now.

We know that all of this is a lot to take in. We know that thinking about everything can be overwhelming. We are here to answer your questions and help you learn your options regarding every issue that might come up during the divorce process. You don't have to go through this major life change alone. We can stand by your side through it all.

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