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Avoid These Costly Divorce Mistakes
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Common Divorce Mistakes To Avoid

Divorce is a highly emotional time when everything can seem urgent and critical. At Nitti & Nitti, P.C., we want you to have control over your future and to make the wisest possible decisions for yourself. Below are a few common missteps people make during the divorce process.

At Nitti & Nitti, P.C., our attorneys have decades of legal experience. We provide thorough and practical advice that you can rely upon. If you are concerned about your future and about your divorce, email our office to set up a free in-person consultation.

Before You Litigate, Stop And Think.

Going to court is tempting, especially when emotions are high. However, New Jersey court proceedings, also called litigation, are expensive and time-consuming. Putting your future at the mercy of a judge who does not know your personal needs or circumstances is risky. Instead, consider exploring mediation.

Mediation offers a collaborative approach to issues like custody and property division that saves you time, money and stress.

Think About Your Post-Divorce Income

Not only is your post-divorce life radically different on a personal level, but it is also different financially. Before you go into property division negotiations, think about issues like: what will your mortgage cost if you keep your home? Will you be able to build savings? Can you keep retirement accounts intact?

Create Peace For Your Child

Many parents who are divorcing create stress for their child by failing to work together with their co-parent. Reaching a mutually considered and thoughtful child custody and support agreement can help smooth the transition for your child and mitigate the impact your divorce has on their emotional and intellectual growth.

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Some people wait to get an attorney until the last minute. Meet with us now so that you have the tools you need to strategize for your future. Call (NAP PHONE) today for a free consultation.