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Expert Help to Consider During the Divorce Process

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Expert AttorneysIf you are considering or actively seeking a divorce, then you will need the help of experts and legal professionals.  They can provide insights into contentious issues like child custody, division of property, and support.  In some cases, an expert can give you guidance on the proper settlement to your divorce.  In other cases, they can provide trustworthy testimony in a litigated divorce.  No matter what type of divorce you are seeking, these experts can assist you in the process.

1. Property Experts

Just as you would get your house appraised before selling it, a property expert will estimate the value of your marital home and other property.  Their job is to compile prices of neighboring properties to have a sense of your house’s market value.  They will also review custom upgrades, the structure of the home, and curb appeal.  They will ensure that you get the proper value for your home when property is divided.

2. Occupational or Salary Experts

When deciding the fairness of child and spousal support, a judge will look at a variety of factors.  They look specifically at each spouse’s current and potential earning ability to decide a fair amount.  That can also mean that they look at any unemployed spouse’s educational and professional background to evaluate their earning potential.  Having the testimony of an occupational expert can be invaluable during your divorce.

3. Psychological Experts

Another issue that can be difficult to decide in divorce proceedings is child custody.  A psychological evaluator will assist in determining the right place for your children based upon your specific circumstance.  Their informed judgment can define which spouse should retain primary custody and what the parameters should be in place for visitation.  Child custody is often determined by what is in the best interest of the children.

Another expert that you should seek is a divorce attorney.  Their experience can also help you in the divorce based on your specific needs.  Contact a skilled divorce attorney in DuPage County today.

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