When you are filing for divorce, you’ll begin with collecting your paperwork, documents and everything else you’ll need to notify the court that you are going to proceed with the dissolution of your marriage. You will file a summons and petition the court in your county. Ultimately, it is then in the court’s hands and you will have to wait to hear when the actual hearing will be to determine the next step.

  • Figure out your county and state offices for filing.
  • You must make sure that you are ready for the long haul in a divorce.
  • You may have to go to court in order to figure out what is best for you and your family.
  • You may have to talk to a judge and let them decide for you if you are not able to come to a resolution together.
  • The judge will take into consideration everything that is said so that he/she can make the best decision for everyone involved.

You may wish to hire an attorney to take care of the proceedings in your divorce. If so:

Make sure that you are represented well so that you are not putting yourself at risk for coming up short in the end. You want to have your message sent to the courts loud and clear so that you are able to make sure that your side of the story is heard. There are many factors that have to be decided in a divorce hearing and you want to do your best to have it ruled in your favor.

  • Be sure that your attorney understands narcissistic personality disorder and narcissistic abuse. This will be very important as you proceed.
  • You may also wish to go for a DIY divorce, if the divorce can be considered “simple” – as in, you don’t own any property together.

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