Working With A Mental Health Professional During Your Divorce May Make The Divorce Process Less Painful For Parents And Children
A divorce is stressful on all family members, frequently in different ways. Our attorneys will take care of the legal business involved. We strongly recommend that you take care of the mental and emotional issues facing your family.
At The Prince Law Group, some clients choose to work with mental health professionals during the consulting, mediation and collaborative divorce processes. We find that having a person to discuss options with during a crisis can help you make reasonable and practical choices. This gives you the ability to step back and assess your situation from a more objective place so you can make informed decisions about issues that will affect the rest of your life.
Our lawyers have years of experience in the law and in guiding you through your divorce. We listen to your concerns and help you find the answers you need.
We are counselors at law and not psychologists or therapists. These professionals can work with spouses and children to attain a balanced routine often needed in turbulent times. Bringing a mental health professional into the divorce process may ease conflict and allow you the freedom to make confident decisions.