Why Redefining Divorce?
Several very good reasons to consider Redefining Divorce before considering litigation
It is advisable for both parties to think seriously about the massive financial and mental burden you take on if you decide to allow a Family Law Court adjudicate on your future. Take a look at some of the reasons to consider Redefining Divorce;
- Solicitors fees
- Accountancy fees
- 4-10 weeks of absenteeism from work
- Interest lost on money received later rather than sooner
- 3-5 weeks of lost employee time preparing for court
Long term reasons:
- 1-2 years of personal stress and uncertainty
- 1-2 years of stress on family members
- 1-2 years of stress on friends and work associates
- 1-3 years of lost concentration and focus on work
- Life/business on hold for 1-2 years
- Inability to “get on with life” for 1-4 years
- Negative publicity in personal and business circles
- Embarrassment and loss of goodwill if relatives/friends/business associates are required to provide affidavits to support your case.
- Expert witness fees
- Loss of control over your life to professionals
- Post-litigation recriminations against court, experts and lawyers
- Loss of value by court-orders sale/appointment of receiver, etc.
- Lost future goodwill with and “paybacks” by opponents
- Cost and repeat of all previous factors if there is an appeal
It is important to understand that this is not a complete and exhaustive list, it merely serves to provide a snapshot of the main factors associated with litigation.
In each case, the Client must assess the range of possible costs in each category considering the best-case scenario and the worst-case scenario if the category would likely apply to the Client.