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Emotional thinking can be your enemy in a divorce

On Behalf of | Oct 21, 2016 | Divorce

The end of a marriage often brings up a mixture of feelings. You might feel happy that the marriage is finally over, but you might feel sad at the same time. The emotional back and forth of the divorce is something that can easily get in the way of your getting the divorce settlement made and finalized.

If you are considering a divorce or are in the midst of one, you should find out what laws apply to your case so that you can prepare for what is likely going to happen. When you are prepared for the proceedings, you are probably going to be able to think with a level head instead of letting your emotions rule you. It can mean that you are able to clearly think about the points you are considering.

There are some aspects of divorce that can be emotional, even when you are prepared for what is going to happen. Property division and child custody are two of these aspects. In those cases, we can help you to understand what is going on and how it affects you. This information might help you to decide what you are going to do.

As you go through the back-and-forth that is associated with mediation, you can think about how each factor will impact your future. We know that you want to have a divorce settlement that makes it as easy as possible to start your new life. We can’t promise you a specific outcome, but we can promise you that we are going to put your interests first as we fight for your side.