Why January is Divorce Month

As the holidays approach, it may seem almost impossible to ruin the children's mood with the announcement of an impending divorce. That is why so many couples stick it out during the holidays and wait until January, when they announce that they are preparing a divorce. It seems easier to announce a divorce after the jolly holidays have come to an end.

Many parents hope that their children can enjoy one last holiday as a family before the holidays will be divided and become very different than they are at present. At Cutter & Lax, we can assist you with your divorce regardless of whether you would like to pursue it during the holidays or in the busy month of January. Regardless of whether or not you decide to announce your divorce over the holidays, you will need assistance as you file a petition and begin the process of property division and child custody arguments.

In some cases, it may seem difficult to work through a divorce in the holiday season. The businesses off this time of year, coupled with your children's excitement about the holiday may make it difficult to start working on this life decision. Instead, many couples opt to make their divorce a New Years' Resolution. Don't hesitate to contact an attorney at Cutter & Lax if you want more information about January as "divorce month" and want more information about getting started on this very involved process.

At Cutter & Lax, the attorneys are capable of helping you with any child support, child custody, adoption, divorce, legal separation, grandparent's rights, father's rights, or domestic violence cases that you may be experiencing. With over 30 years of experience in this field, you can trust that the attorneys at Cutter & Lax are capable of tackling any family law case on your behalf. Call the firm today!