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There are things you can do to reduce complication during divorce

| Feb 25, 2020 | Firm News

Divorce is a complicated process for every member of the family. You may have to move, your relationship with your children may change and you will have to make financial adjustments. It’s stressful and emotionally challenging, especially as you consider that you will have to co-parent with your spouse once this process is final.

Thankfully, you can do some simple things to ease the difficulty of divorce. While divorce is never easy, it is possible to walk through it with a perspective that allows you to see the end goal clearly and pursue a final order that is reasonable and sustainable for years to come. This is especially important as you seek to provide stability and security for your children.

A better way to divorce

When people think about divorce, they may picture a couple fighting in a courtroom, shouting at each other over who gets the kids over the summer break or who will get to keep a certain asset. While many divorces are highly contentious and difficult, it doesn’t have to that way. You can find a better way to divorce and more peace of mind during this time of change and transition by implementing the following things:

  • You can make custody matters easier when you allow your kids to have a good relationship with the other parent. This is good for your kids, but it also helps to remember that parenting is not a competition.
  • Avoid speaking negatively about the other parent in front of the kids. Showing mutual respect is important, and it can be harmful for the kids to witness parents tearing each other down.
  • Working together on a divorce order can save you time and money. By avoiding litigation, you can finalize the process faster and maintain a relationship with your co-parent that is respectful and cooperative.
  • Your marriage was unique, and your divorce can be, too. You have the right to negotiate terms that are suited to the individual needs of your family. This can lead to a final order that makes the most sense for you.

Your divorce will bring significant changes to your life, and it’s not always a simple process to make adjustments and move forward. With these tips and the right perspective on your divorce, you can design a final divorce settlement that allows you to look to the future with confidence. Even when negotiating terms and avoiding litigation, you will most likely greatly benefit from working closely with an experienced Rhode Island family law attorney regarding the protection of your rights and best interests.