Going through a divorce or the ending of a non-marital relationship is naturally a traumatic time for most people. Some Massachusetts people may experience it as a life crisis, and they find it difficult to keep emotions from taking over when important decisions have to be made. The distress usually escalates when there are children involved, and their parents have to consider the children’s best interests while addressing issues related to complex finances.
It is not uncommon for family and friends to provide advice. Although they may do this as a show of support, such advice is typically also based on emotions. If you are considering a divorce, a consultation with an experienced divorce attorney may provide advice that is based on knowledge and experience rather than emotions. At the offices of Barbara J. Katzenberg, Attorney at Law, in Massachusetts, you will receive the personal support and guidance you need to get you through the divorce and set the stage for a stable financial future and possibly a stable emotional future.
Barbara J. Katzenberg will consider and address all your concerns and suggest the additional support of professionals, such as a therapist and reading materials, that may provide valuable guidance with the divorce or separation process and the psychological impact it often has. Other resources at her disposal include professionals such as property and business appraisers, who can assist with complex finances and financial matters like tax implications and retirement options.
The unconditional support of Barbara J. Katzenberg will eliminate stress and anxiety that are sometimes caused by the different bits of advice provided by those who are close to you. Remember that the dynamics of each divorce are unique, and every person going through a break-up has different concerns that are best discussed with a professional. Whether you are going through a divorce or having post-divorce issues related to child custody, child support, alimony or complex finances, all issues will be addressed without losing sight of your best interests or the best interests of your children.