What Do I Do with My Life Now that I am on My Own?

Divorce Survival Kit — What Do I Do with My Life Now that I am on My Own?

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  1. “What do I do with my life now that I’m on my own?” (How will I survive?) Learn about support groups (emotional, drug, child care, etc.) and general advice on getting back into the working world.

    Also finding hobbies and getting back in touch with the person inside of yourself who you may have abandoned or suppressed because of getting immersed in your spouse’s life or in the life of the “couple” as opposed to the two “individuals”.

    It’s healthier even in a good marriage for each person to maintain their individuality and each of their interests etc.


  2. Does it pay to avoid process servers?


  3. What should you do if your spouse is cheating on you?


  4. What must you do in the case of verbal or physical abuse?

Further information and potential answers to the above questions and concerns listed in these articles can be answered by contacting our office…please check our web page for ongoing updates!

  1. Introduction
  2. Divorce Law Information
  3. Filing Divorce Papers
  4. Divorce Judgment Pleadings, Divorce Complaint & Discovery
  5. This Is How Your Divorce Will Likely Proceed
  6. Divorces and Family Court
  7. Financial planning tax considerations
  8. What Can I Expect To Achieve In Court?
  9. Temporary Relief & Divorce Judgment
  10. Divorce and Domestic Violence
  11. What Should I Expect Out Of My First Meeting With A Divorce Attorney?
  12. Precautions With Regard To My Financial Situation?
  13. Financial Settlement And Fault
  14. Child Support & Custody
  15. Common Divorce Misconceptions & Equitable Distribution
  16. What Do I Do with My Life Now that I am on My Own?

Warning: The information contained herein is not intended to substitute for legal advice from your own retained lawyer in new york state. This article is merely informational in nature, and is based upon one attorney’s knowledge of the practice of family law, matrimonial law, domestic violence, child custody, child support and orders of protection.

Retain counsel before you do anything to affect your marital status and follow the advice of the lawyer you retain, not what is written herein.