Divorce can be a very painful episode in someone’s life. This unpleasant experience coupled with…
When some people get a divorce, it is a sigh of relief for them. They can start a new chapter in their lives and reinvent themselves. All the things they felt they were held back from doing while married are no longer off limits or just a dream; they can finally come to fruition. For some people, there is a period of elation and excitement that carry them through the divorce process, no matter how difficult it is. Knowing that at any given moment they could be “free” is their driving force. They literally count down the days to being their own person, again.
S.G. Morrow & Associates, P.A. understands that a divorce for some people is the push in life they need in order to pursue a brighter happier future. No matter the reason for the divorce, there is usually a common theme – feeling trapped (or some variation of it). As some of Aventura’s most influential divorce attorneys, S.G. Morrow & Associates, P.A. take it upon themselves to make sure you get the chance to make good with yourself and pursue better things. They have seen clients walk in their door miserable, but leave feeling like brand new people. But despite the initial feeling of ecstasy and excitement, you have to give yourself time to fully get over your divorce. Hiring one of Aventura’s most influential divorce attorney is a step on, the next step is dealing with the aftermath.
After your divorce, it is important to let yourself mourn. Depending on how long you were married and how the relationship ended, it may take a while to get over things. Feeling sad is not a bad thing. This was a huge part of your life, and for better or worse, it has now come to an end. Mourning is a healthy part of moving forward.
Rediscover the old you. Get in touch with that independent individual you once were before you had the second half. You were complete before as a single unit, and you can be so, again. You are not determined by who you are attached to. The old, positive you.
But while doing so, discover a new side of yourself. Maybe a haircut or changing your look a little may bring out a side of you never knew was there. This is a great time to experiment with looks, travel, meeting new people and trying new things. Expand your mind and experiences.
Don’t be afraid of being alone. For a period of time you were used to having someone always around you, but being alone is healthy. It gives you time to process everything and plan your next moves. Enjoy your alone time and make the most of it.
Going through a divorce is not easy, but some of Aventura’s most influential divorce attorneys at S.G. Morrow & Associates, P.A. will stand by you throughout the process. Give them a call today for a free consultation and get on the road to a brighter tomorrow.
people who come to the United States from all areas of the world who seek to gain employment or secure citizenship and start their new lives. Whatever your reason for visiting us, we can help. For client convenience, our law office is located near the Aventura Mall.
Our associates are experienced in practicing several different areas of immigration law including family immigration, employment-based immigration, visas, and citizenship proceedings. Attorney Stephanie Morrow has represented clients from around the world, including:
Every country has their own laws and circumstances which must be navigated in order to get a successful outcome, and not every family law attorney has this type of international experience. No matter where a client travels from to find us, we look forward to discussing their case and helping them plan for a new beginning.
Family law sometimes goes hand in hand with immigration law, especially in such an international hotspot. Bilingual in Spanish and English, the Law Offices of S.G. Morrow & Associates are up to the challenge. We are able to translate the law into a language that you can understand so you can make the best legal decisions for you and your family. We believe that you know best when it comes to your situation.