Dr. Phil’s Divorce Readiness Test

Dr. Phil’s Divorce Readiness Test

Dr. Phil believes that many people get divorced too quickly when problems arise, and he says that you should not pursue a divorce unless and until you have asked yourselves the following questions:

  1. Have you done everything you can to save and rehabilitate your marriage?
  2. Do you have unfinished emotional business?
  3. Have you researched, planned, and prepared yourself legally for a divorce?
  4. Are you ready to adopt a new standard of conduct with your children?
  5. Are you willing to create a new relationship as a co-parent?

Ask yourself the questions above when contemplating a divorce. Can your marriage be saved? Are you emotionally prepared to separate from your spouse? Do you know what you’re getting yourself into by way of the legal process? How will you shift your day-to-day life with regard to your kids? How will you build a relationship with your spouse to allow you to be parents and cooperate despite a divorce?

For more, the original article can be found here.

http://dev.drphil.com/articles/article/23

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About Alicia Fastman

Alicia Fastman graduated from Hofstra University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, then went on to complete her Juris Doctorate at the Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, DE. Ms. Fastman graduated from law school with pro bono distinction, completed a Certificate in Criminal Law, and focused her intensive studies within the fields of litigation and trial advocacy. Ms. Fastman is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, and is a member of the Pennsylvania and Delaware County Bar Associations. Ms. Fastman specializes in family law as well as other areas of the firm’s litigation practice.