Divorce, whether amicable or not, is a reality for many

| Nov 1, 2018 | divorce | 0 comments

No couple saying their wedding vows anticipates that their marriage might not last. After all, they are pledging to stay together, “’til death do us part.” However, the reality is that many couples in San Mateo will find that as the years go by, their relationship is no longer tenable, and they are best-off getting a divorce.

Some divorces are amicable, with the couple being able to set their differences aside long enough to reach an agreement on their divorce legal issues. Mediation can be one way for some couples to settle their divorce out-of-court. But, the end of a marriage is not always an easy time, and sometimes, couples find they must turn to the court to make decisions on child custody, child support, spousal support and property division.

In the end, whether the split is amicable or not, issues can arise during the divorce process that each party might not anticipate. It is at times like these that it is important to remember that one does not have to go through the divorce process alone. Dedicated attorneys are able to assist their clients, whether it is through settlement negotiations, mediation or trial.

At The Cohen Law Office, our clients’ needs are our priority. We believe it is important for our clients to have a realistic assessment of their situation. We want to ensure our clients understand the possible benefits and consequences of the choices they have before them. Our website’s page on divorce may be a good starting point for those who are contemplating divorce and want further information.