• James Chau

New Year and New Divorces

Updated: Oct 17

The National Post is reporting that, with the coming new year, many married couples choose to proceed with a divorce after the holidays.

It’s no surprise to me, as I have noticed an increase in calls from individuals requesting information on how to get a divorce this January.

Apparently the issues that are often cited are that couples are reluctant to initiate anything during the holidays and hold in all their pent up frustration till the new year.

Also cited as an issue is that couples are forced to spend all the time together during the holidays, realize that they aren’t right for each other. Unfortunately, this comes to the realization that a divorce is required to start anew.

If you have any San Jose family law, questions or Santa Clara county divorce questions, feel free to contact my office for a free consultation.

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