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The divorce process does not have to cost an arm and a leg

Ending a marriage can be a pricey endeavor. Though individuals in California and elsewhere may feel that any price is worth getting out of an unhappy relationship, they do not have to resign themselves to paying an exorbitant amount of money to end the divorce process. There are ways in which people can work to keep their costs lower.

One step that could prove immensely beneficial is to understand the expenses associated with their legal proceedings. By knowing what attorneys charge, what they charge for, court fees and other charges that apply, parties may have a better chance of not being caught off-guard by bills. In particular, individuals may want to prepare for meetings with their legal counsel in hopes of avoiding additional meetings -- and additional costs -- due to a lack of preparation.

It may also prove wise to remember what may work best for the individual and that there will likely be many options for negotiations. If parties have a goal in mind and do not want to budge from trying to reach that goal, they could cause costly delays in the process. Instead, divorcing individuals may want to consider where they feel comfortable negotiating and how they can keep proceedings moving.

Money will likely play a big role during and after the divorce process. Therefore, it often proves wise for parties to prepare financially and in other ways when getting ready to dissolve their marriages. If California residents are uncertain as to how they can better prepare and work to save time during their cases, they may wish to consult with their legal counsel.

Source: CNBC, "6 strategies to get a divorce without going broke", Lorie Konish, May 10, 2018

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