Divorce can be an emotionally painful process, and that can make it difficult to navigate through it without saying or doing something you will later regret. Thankfully, it is possible to reduce your risk of regret in a divorce, so long as you have the right knowledge, tools, and resources at your disposal. Learn more in the following sections, including why the assistance of a seasoned attorney is a critical element in your regret prevention plan.
Prevent Unnecessary Financial Loss
Financial loss in divorce is an all-too-common (but highly preventable) issue - and while it may not seem all that worthy of regret, if severe enough, it can have long-term or even life-long repercussions. Retired and near-retired parties and women are considered to be at the highest risk for these losses, but men can experience them as well. A few ways to prevent them are to: