unlawful employment termination - what's your next step?

unlawful employment termination - what's your next step?

3 Reasons Your Divorce Is Taking So Long

Arthur Young

If you are going through a divorce, you might be frustrated with how long it is taking. In some cases you can't speed up the divorce any more than it already is. However, in many situations the divorce couple is making some mistakes that are causing their divorce to take longer than is needed. Here are a couple reasons why your divorce might be taking so long.

1. You Made It Personal

One of the biggest mistakes you can make in a divorce is make it personal. You should never go into the divorce contract negotiation with the mindset that you will use money or custody of the kids to hurt your spouse. This is not the place to get even. If you try to make it miserable for your spouse by holding out, not being reasonable, and insisting on making the other person suffer, you will also hurt yourself.

When you make it personal, it will take more time and money, and in the end it will probably still be divided down the middle. This is why it is better to make the divorce process as professional as possible.

2. You Lied About Debt and Assets

When you first meet with your attorney they will need to know about the estate and what they are working with. It will be up to you to disclose that information to the best of your knowledge. However, even after you have disclosed it, the attorney will take some time for discovery where they will also do some investigating to determine the validity of your information. If you are not forthcoming with that information, you will only hurt yourself. Your estate will come to light eventually and it will only waste your time and money to send your attorneys on a wild goose chase.

3. You Went To Court

As a general rule you should avoid court. Court is not the ideal place for divorcing couples, yet still the courtrooms are full every day with divorcing couples who can't work out their differences in mediation. It will cost you a lot more money in litigation fees and it will take a good deal of time to get to court. This is why you should do everything that you can to resolve the issues with your ex-spouse. Recognize that the outcome of court will still be very similar to what you would have done in mediation, but you will have spent a lot more time and money to get the resolution.

These are just three reasons why your divorce might be taking so long. Contact a family lawyer like Affordable Legal Centers LLC for more information.


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unlawful employment termination - what's your next step?

Have you recently been let go from your job? Do you feel that the termination was illegal in any way? It is time for you to stand up to unfair employment practices by your former employer. An employment attorney helped me get through an impossible time more easily. I had no idea how serious the repercussions for terminating my position could be for the company, nor did I know how much the company would owe me for doing so. Thankfully, the attorney took the time to answer each and every question that I had and discussed all of my options. I have included much of what I learned on my website to help others learn what they could be owed if they were unlawfully terminated from their jobs.