Divorce Decision

Arriving at a divorce decision from an alcoholic or mentally ill spouse can be complex, emotional and ongoing but separating can be a relief in the long run. This is the third part of a three-part series on causes of divorce and the divorce decision. We discussed functional alcoholism in the first part and undiagnosed mental illness in the second. This third blog addresses the divorce decision from an alcoholic or someone with mental illness. Divorce Decision is Complex Every plaintiff in every divorce has a last straw. That moment when they realize their health or sanity is at risk if they Continue Reading…

Can I afford divorce? Find out in a pre-divorce consult

One hour could change your life. For those in unhappy, unsuccessful, or harmful marriages, a lot of time can be spent wondering what life would look like outside of relentless negativity that can bend one’s soul to the breaking place. As potential divorcees approach the decision, they often consider whether the post-divorce lifestyle compromises would be worth the tradeoffs. They may think, “Can I afford divorce?” That’s where Kathryn Wayne-Spindler’s Pre-Divorce Consult comes in. Although the Milford law office offers free initial consultations, they are not meant to get into the meat of an individual divorce. “A free consultation allows Continue Reading…