On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in divorce on Saturday, October 21, 2017.
Divorce can be hard for many reasons, from custody to child support arrangements. However, there are times when the end of marriage can become especially troubling. For example, someone may have to deal with threats from their spouse, whether these threats involve violence or have to do with legal issues involving children. Stange Law Firm is aware of how troubling this can be for parents, and we know how essential it is for people to handle these types of disputes appropriately, as difficult as that can be at times.
With technology, there are even more ways for threats, false accusations, and other attacks to arise. During divorce, a spouse may receive a hateful email from the person who they are splitting up with. Not only can this generate an intense emotional reaction, such as stress, anger, depression, or fear, but it could also have an impact on the case. If you are going through a divorce, it is vital to be careful with the things you say. On the other hand, if you have received threats, you may want to consider bringing this up in the courtroom, especially if they involve the safety of you or your children.
Sometimes, people get carried away when their emotions get to them. However, this does not excuse threats. If you are worried about something that your spouse has said, you should be careful as you address the situation. On our divorce page, more material that has to do with family law topics can be viewed.