Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Backagain1, Dec 20, 2012.
Why is it so hard to get the process started?
The best things in life take effort to get
no kidding. My divorce was easy as far as agreeing with my ex, but the paperwork was a huge red tape nightmare. We had the simplest divorce possible in terms of the paperwork and did it without a lawyer, but it still took several trips to the courthouse and we even had our paperwork rejected and sent back by mail, because we didn't properly staple it. It's a frustrating process, but worth it.
Bang your sister in law.
Try getting one with someone you aren't exactly in full agreement with... plus kids. That's a slow road through hell.
A lawyer will be the only one on your side during this. I mean the only one including the courts.
Its worth spending money on.
matguy- yeah, no kidding. We kept saying how lucky we were that we didn't have kids or property in the mix and we were getting along enough to agree with everything regarding the divorce. I know many people with horrendous divorces and i can't imagine dealing with the red tape on top of it.
Thank you everyone. I do not think we will disagree, no kids, but so final. And I am female so not interested in the SIL.
I read your posts often, this is far and away the smartest thing I have heard you say! So, so, so true. Folks trying to get by on the cheap for a lawyer, will get what they are paying for as well!
what is the SIL?
Sister in Law - for the comment above.
Over my lifetime I've seen lots of divorces from my parents to my sister, my brother, 2 nieces
and multiple cousins marrying and divorcing multiple times. I've learned something from all this...
So to them I say; Thank You!!! No Wife -- No Kids -- No Debt!
Thank you!! I got a big laugh out of that one.
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