Most divorce attorneys won’t tell you this because if they have you on the phone telling your story for the umpteenth millionth time, they’re billing you for it!

Your marriage story is not relevant to your divorce and the more time you spend talking about it the more money you’ll spend for your attorney to hear it. We need to know if your spouse cheated on you, but we don’t need to know how they ruined your relationship, we know they did, that is why you are getting divorced. You should be very selective about who you are and who you want to vent with, don’t vent to your attorney. They’re charging you a lot of money. You don’t need to vent to them. Vent to your friends and get a licensed therapist to help you through your emotional journey.

A therapist is 1000% more qualified to help you with the emotional part of your divorce than your attorney. You need someone objective to help. Also, think twice about listening to your friend’s advice. We are sure they’re very nice people, but they don’t know what they’re talking about. If they went through a divorce, maybe they can relate on some level to what you’re experiencing but their divorce was certainly different. You know you’re experiencing your divorce in your own way. So, your friends and whatever their outcome was or whatever happened to them is irrelevant to whatever you’re going through. That’s why you should see a therapist to help you with your unique situation.

Christina Previte

Christina Previte

Christina Previte, an accomplished divorce lawyer, has focused exclusively on divorce and family law since 2004. As a co-founder of Netsquire, she addresses a significant gap in the divorce industry. Christina provides couples with options for a more peaceful divorce. With degrees from Rutgers University and Rutgers Law School (Camden), including a judicial law clerk role, Christina’s experience is undeniable.

Her recognition on the Super Lawyers “Rising Star” and Super Lawyer lists reflects her commitment to transformative divorce practices. Through Netsquire, Christina streamlines divorce into three crucial steps: resolving legal matters, securing a signed settlement agreement, and navigating court filings. With a client-centric approach, Christina reshapes the divorce journey, guiding families toward smoother transitions and brighter beginnings.

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