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Understandably, divorce is a highly emotional process.
Without professional guidance, spouses often made decisions during their divorce they later regret.
Some make the mistake of giving in and agreeing to things that won’t serve them in the long run in exchange for “just getting it over with.”
Often, they end up going back to court, years later, asking for changes to things they could have fought for from the start.
Others unnecessarily dig their heels in, prolonging the process and often further deteriorating important relationships.
So how can a spouse try to replace emotion with reason while also effectively and efficiently navigating through the complicated divorce process without spending thousands of dollars, that would be better spent on their kids’ college funds?
Julie’s solution: a divorce system that breaks the divorce process down into 6 steps and that focuses on ways to save time, money and needless stress during the divorce process.
Julie’s 6 step system consists of:
Step 1: case strategy creation
Step 2: case initiation
Step 3: temporary orders
Step 4: disclosure, discovery and other required court forms
Step 5: settlement
Step 6: trial
You’ve likely never heard of a “divorce system” before and have questions.
If you’ve decided you’re ready to move forward with a divorce but aren’t sure how to get started, consider learning more about Julie’s 6 step divorce system and how it may be able to save you time, money and needless stress during the challenging divorce process.
To receive a free copy of Julie’s e-book, The Take Action Divorce Guide, that explains each step of the 6 step system and how the system can be used to save time, money and stress during a divorce, click here, and Julie will send a free copy to your email inbox.
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