Family law attorney Daryl Weinman reveals how to avoid an ugly divorce and child custody battle - Austin, TX

Family law and divorce attorney Daryl Weinman, founder of Weinman & Associates, P.C., reveals steps to take to avoid an ugly divorce. For more information

In a recent interview, family law attorney Daryl Weinman, founder of Weinman & Associates, P.C., has just revealed some key steps to take to avoid an ugly divorce.

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When asked to comment, Weinman said, “A hostile divorce process can be traumatic not only for the parents but also for the children. Likewise, amicable divorces can benefit everyone involved."

“For example, a lot of people have difficulty controlling their emotions as they go through something as life-changing as a divorce. One way to keep your feelings in check is to consult a professional therapist who can help you process your emotions and keep them out of the courtroom,” Weinman said.

Weinman added that unwanted emotions can make the divorce process not only counterproductive but contribute to higher attorney fees.

“In my experience, the best way to finalize a divorce is if both parties cooperate with each other. Something you can do is brainstorm all possible solutions concerning child-sharing responsibilities and finances that are fair to both you and your spouse,” she commented.

Another way to ensure a smooth divorce is to be as transparent as possible throughout the process.

When asked to elaborate, Weinman said, “You will be asked a number of questions of a personal and financial nature, particularly on forms called ‘disclosures.’ It’s crucial that you are as truthful as possible when asked about your debt, spending habits, and assets.”

“If other information is uncovered, such as an affair or secret bank accounts, then the divorce will probably veer off into a different direction, again adding to the cost. For instance, your spouse might hire a private investigator to see what else you’ve been lying about.”

Weinman added that taking these steps toward a cooperative divorce will benefit you and your family in the long term.

“Life doesn’t end with divorce. Having an amicable divorce in which both parties come to a mutually agreed-upon arrangement will make post-divorce life much, much easier,” she said.


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Name: Daryl Weinman
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Organization: Weinman & Associates, P.C.
Address: 8200 N Mopac Expy #230, Austin, TX 78759, USA
Phone: +1 512-472-4040

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