There is nothing easy or comfortable about getting divorced, even for a man. As a society, we pay a lot of attention to how women suffer during divorce proceedings. And that is an understandable notion, but it does not mean that we should ignore the suffering of millions of men who go through the same emotions and frustrations when their marriage collapses.
If you are going through a divorce, and child custody is playing a part in the proceedings, we can understand why you may be feeling alone, isolated and without the help you need. Not only do men feel such pressure to cave into their spouse’s demands during a divorce, but they get much less sympathy from friends and family. If you are feeling the mental strain of the process, we have something that could help you. There are divorce and child custody support groups for men that everyone should check out at least once.
Divorce and Custody Support Groups for Men
The great thing about these support groups is how it gives men from all walks of life a chance to meet with each other, air out their grievances about the divorce process, and speak with an attorney in an informal setting. Remember that anything you say in such occasions is not privileged information – but it does give you a chance to ask pertinent questions before you go about hiring an attorney full-time.
And it is not just about asking legal questions. Many men simply want someone who can understand what they are going through. Maybe your spouse is refusing to give you partial custody, or you are frustrated at how much alimony you are having to pay. These are understandable frustrations. And who better to understand those frustrations than other men who are going through the same process?
The Micklin Law Group, LLC is a New Jersey law firm focusing on men’s rights during a divorce. Attorney Brad Micklin was recently named to The National Advocates list of Top 100 attorneys from each state. Brad has experience working with Men going through divorces in New Jersey. You can read more on this topic by visiting our divorce blog. To set up a consultation, call 973-562-0100.