When I met my lady in university, I thought we’d be together for a lifetime.
Even though I had only gone through a couple of relationships prior, there was a true passion as well as closeness with her that I had never experienced in my past. The two of us basically started by studying together at a pop shop that is a few minute walk from the university campus. After a few weeks of getting closer, the two of us started officially dating. Despite a few mild arguments here as well as there, the two of us easily had a close bond from the very beginning. Unfortunately, neither of us were finished growing as well as developing, especially on a psychological level. The two of us had yet to become the people we would be for the remaining part of our lives. As the two of us graduated as well as transitioned into our respective work positions, the flame between us started to fade. I’m really happy that the two of us never ended up having children together, because now we’re in the process of getting a divorce. On the one hand, it’s cordial as well as neither of us has spit fire at one another, which is more than most can hope for during a divorce. Still, it has been a rough ride for both of us. At first I was actually thinking that I could handle the divorce without an attorney, but since the two of us have split assets, I was able to see that I needed legal advice. I don’t want either of us to come out of the divorce stuck in a financial hardship. To my shock, I was able to find an enjoyable family as well as an estate law attorney that is a short distance from my apartment. I encouraged my soon-to-be ex to get her own legal representation to make sure the two of us were equally supported. I’m cheerful that she found an enjoyable family as well as an estate law attorney as well. Now our divorce is basically complete. I’m really cheerful that our attorneys helped us through the severe difficulties of our divorce.