Going Through a Divorce as a Stay at Home Mom

According to recent studies, the number of married women that are choosing to leave the workforce to stay at home with their children is on the rise. Some twenty-nine percent (29%) of American mothers stay home. When making this decision, parents typically spend a lot of time weighing the ups and downs of the decision, but when doing so, they aren’t usually considering the possibility of divorce.

As a result, some divorcing women face unforeseen consequences during a separation. Here is what stay-at-home moms need to know if they are facing divorce:

Whether you are facing an uncontested or contested divorce in Lakeland or Orlando, Florida, an experienced attorney from the O’Mara Law Group can help you achieve a favorable outcome in your divorce.

Work with an Attorney You Can Trust

Another important part of going through a divorce as a stay at home mom is finding an attorney that is experienced, understands your needs, and will advocate for your rights. An experienced attorney should make sure that you get the support you need to care for you and your children, as well as ensure you get a secure start for your new life.

The idea of divorce is not easy for anyone but can be particularly intimidating for a stay at home mother who hasn’t been part of the workforce for a long time. The Orlando contested divorce attorneys at O’Mara Law Group will help guide you through the process and ensure that this new chapter of your life gets off to a good start. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.


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