JOSEPH F. EMMERTH A LOOK AT FAMILY LAW OF SULLIVAN TAYLOR & GUMINA, P.C.
Time to Take Action
Things are just starting to warm up around Illinois with March here, and we’re all hoping for warmer weather in the months to come. Daylight saving time starts on March 11, pushing us one hour ahead. As we all spring forward, it’s a good time to take a step forward in life, as well. Making it through the winter can be tough, but you did it — you got through the worst Mother Nature could throw at you! But did you have to push through more than bad weather this winter? Struggles at home, in your relationship, at work, or with your finances can be difficult to cope with when the weather is miserable and you’re in hibernation mode. You may have been sitting on these thoughts for the past several months, obsessing over them without taking action, or maybe you’ve simply avoided thinking about them altogether. But spring is the perfect time to take action and face some of the difficulties you’ve tried not to face for the past few months.
You’ve spent all season stuck inside the house thinking about your problems. Do some research now to decide your next steps. Prepare yourself for what you may face down the road, and come up with coping strategies. From my experience, March, April, and May are the
MAKING IT THROUGH THE WINTER CAN BE TOUGH, BUT YOU DID IT — YOU GOT THROUGH THE WORST MOTHER NATURE COULD THROW AT YOU!
busiest months for family filings, and taking the extra time to put things in order can help you be more prepared for what might happen. Taking the initiative after months of inaction is one of the best ways to spring forward into your new life. Scheduling an interview with an attorney as soon as possible can help you achieve your end goals. An attorney can help you build concrete plans for your future. We at Sullivan Taylor & Gumina can help you secure a future, so don’t hesitate to call us. We’re always willing to help you get your life in order. Meet with an attorney and start preparing to execute your plan. Now is the time to act. -Joseph Emmerth
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