Divorce irreparable disruption
Divorce irreparable disruption, what does that mean? And do you need a lawyer then?
What is divorce irreparable disruption?
If you want to separate from your spouse but the break-up is difficult and you are unable to agree on the divorce or all its consequences, you can ask for a divorce based on the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. You can ask this alone to the court or together with your spouse. It is then the judge who decides whether the marriage is irretrievably disrupted and, if necessary, pronounces the divorce. Even then you have to go to court but it is not necessary to have already made mutual agreements about the assets, children, maintenance, etc.
Why is a lawyer useful in divorce irreparable disruption?
A lawyer has the necessary knowledge and experience to make your divorce as smooth as possible. It is often already an (emotionally) difficult period for you. The lawyer sympathises with you but knows the laws and knows which points to pay special attention to so that your interests are best defended.
In addition, you will have to go to court for your divorce. There too, a lawyer knows the rules completely and can help you make the procedure as smooth as possible.