Who Should I Tell About My Divorce?

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Divorce is a difficult process, and it can be hard to know who to tell about it. You may not want to tell everyone right away, but some people definitely need to know. In this blog post, our Colorado Springs divorce attorneys at Knies, Helland & McPherson discuss who you should tell about your divorce and why. Divorce is a personal topic, and you should decide who to tell based on your specific situation.

Close Family Members

When considering who you should share the news about your divorce with, you should tell your close family members, including your parents, siblings, children, and any other relatives you have a close bond with. Telling these people will help them understand what is going on and provide an explanation for any big changes in your life.

Sharing this news with your close family can also help you build your support system for your divorce, as they may also be able to help you through the process. You may rely on your family for help with childcare when you need to meet with your attorney or go to court or to act as emotional support through this emotional time.

Close Friends

You should also tell your close friends about your divorce. These are the people who have been there for you during tough times in the past and who you can rely on now. They will be able to offer you support and understanding as you make these significant changes in your life. If your friends have also undergone a divorce, they may better understand your situation and can offer guidance on the process.

Your Employer

You may also want to tell your employer about your divorce. This is especially important if you need to take time off from work to attend court hearings or meet with your lawyer. Your employer may be able to provide some flexibility for you if they understand why you are scheduling time off of work.

Knies, Helland & McPherson Divorce Attorneys

Divorce can be a difficult process, and it is important to have as much support as possible. Telling the people who are closest to you will help you through this tough time. Please contact our office to speak with one of our experienced Colorado Springs divorce attorneys if you are considering a divorce. We can help you through this difficult process and answer any questions that you may have. Divorce is not easy, but with the right support system, you can get through it.

Are you beginning the divorce process? Schedule a consultation with our experienced Colorado Springs divorce attorneys by calling (719) 626-8530 or filling out our online contact form to learn more about how we can guide you through your divorce.

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