Divorce is unfamiliar territory for everyone. When you’re first involved in this process, you feel adrift in a world that is turned upside down. You’re vulnerable and you need help. When you’re suffering from these circumstances, family, friends, and business associates freely offer their advice. Their advice may be well intended, but in some circumstances can be quite harmful.
So how do you know good divorce advice and bad divorce advice?
“Sadly, there’s no great answer to that question. It’s very difficult to be able to differentiate fact from fiction when your world is falling apart and your head is spinning” says board certified marital and family law attorney, Charles D. Jamieson.
From average divorce times to advice on custody to telling you what kind of attorney to hire, there can be a ton of poor advice out there. Don’t listen to it. Contact a professional right away. Upholding family rights and defending against injustices, the law firm of Charles D. Jamieson, PA, can help you face the allegations head on with the will, determination, and perseverance you need to fight for your life and freedom.