5th Mistake People Make When Getting Divorced in Georgia
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Hi, this is Dave Ward from the Ward Law Firm and I help protect the business owner who's facing divorce. The fifth mistake that I see people make, and this is doozy as well, is involving the children in the case, and this takes many, many forms, whether that be discussing the case with children or asking children to pass information back and forth to the other parent, saying negative things in front of the children, trying to coerce the children to do or say particular things.
Divorce is hard for anybody. No one, no one is it more difficult for than children, especially smaller children. It is a complete disruption of everything that brings safety to their world and that is their parents. By involving them in the process, it creates substantial harm to them in many cases in ways that won't be known for years and years and years, which is why at the Ward Law Firm, we have a very very strong philosophy. And one of our core values is we absolutely do not involve children in divorce cases. There are people out there that would chose to use their children as weapons throughout the divorce process and using the children to get back at other people. We absolutely refuse to engage in that and we will do everything possible to make sure that that doesn’t happen in your case. But the critical thing to take away from this video is it's critically important, leave your children out of the divorce process and out of the divorce case. All the child needs to know is that mommy and daddy still loves him or her and that's it.
At this point, we are halfway through with our series on the top 10 mistakes that people make when they're facing a divorce in Georgia and you've watched the first 5 videos and you're now at this one. It's clear that there may be something going on and I usually tell people, the best time to speak with an attorney is at the outset, not at some other point in the process if you're looking at a divorce. So I want to make sure that you know that below you'll find our contact information. Give me a call and we'll set up a time to do a real case analysis for you where we're going to review the facts and evaluate the legal issues that you're facing. We'll analyze the strategies that are available to you and make a list for you of the next action items for you to take care and take a look at as you're moving on to different stages of the process.
I'm Dave Ward from the Ward Law Firm and I help protect the business owner who's facing divorce.
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