In our previous blog post, we discussed some tips for compromise during a marriage and during a divorce. The fact of the matter is that until the final divorce order is signed, you and your ex might be forced to interact to come up with the settlement that you will have to live with for the rest of your lives. We can help find ways to make this work for you.
Depending on the circumstances of the divorce, you might have more than one area on which you need to work with your ex. If you have children together, you will have to come up with a child custody agreement. This means that you will have to deal with your ex long after the ink dries on the divorce papers because you are both still parents to your children.
We understand that you might have specific things that you are worried about for your divorce. We can help determine how you might be able to address those concerns. Often, we can come up with some suggestions that might work for your case. You just have to decide how you are going to handle things once you know the options.
As you go through the divorce, make sure that you don’t put the focus on your ex. Instead, you have to think about yourself and your children. This can ensure that you are making the decisions you feel are best for you and your children instead of making decisions based solely on how they will make your ex’s life miserable.