Casper, WY (PRWEB) June 24, 2014
Divorce does not carry the stigma that it once did, something for which we should all be thankful. But that doesn’t mean that a contentious dispute between spouses won’t prove costly.
People sometimes find that even a seemingly amicable divorce can carry hidden costs, with legal fees the least of a person’s worries. These surprise costs may not make themselves readily apparent until years later.
Jason Ochs of the Ochs Law Firm wants to lend his assistance to all those contemplating or currently going through a divorce. His Casper divorce lawyer team helps people cope with the burden of debt often created by a separation, and he wants individuals to understand a few things.
“We’re seeing a trend in the modern world toward so-called amicable divorces, exemplified by quickie separations and even jointly-held divorce parties, where a couple dances their last dance and gives their significant other back to their family,” said Mr. Ochs. “Unfortunately, what tends to happen later is that the two spouses find out that even the best intentions can give way to resentment, and their separation can prove costlier than they ever imagined. What may seem like a friendly dispute between former spouses can quickly escalate into an all-out war.”
To assist persons with limiting costs, Mr. Ochs and his Wyoming-based divorce team have compiled the following tips:
Ochs Law is an award-winning practice recognized by such entities as the American Trial Lawyers Association, Super Lawyers, the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association for Justice. With offices in Wyoming, California, and Colorado, the firm is able to offer representation to victims of personal injury accidents as well as assistance to persons going through divorce, filing class action lawsuits, defending against criminal accusations, and more. Interested parties can gain access to a free consultation service and a litany of litigation resources at the firm’s divorce help page.
The Wyoming State Bar does not certify any lawyer as a specialist or expert. Anyone considering a lawyer should independently investigate the lawyer’s credentials and ability, and not rely upon advertisement or self-proclaimed expertise. The information provided herein should not be construed to be formal legal advice.