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Brush up on tips for going through a divorce

When you are going through a divorce, you need to make sure that you are doing all you can to avoid anything negative that could harm your case. It is often difficult to think about what all you need to do when you are going through the process. Brushing up on what you should and shouldn’t do can help you out tremendously.

One of the most important things to remember is that the details of your divorce don’t belong on social media. In fact, staying quiet on social media might be the best course to take. You never know what your ex is going to see that might lead to negative impacts on the divorce. This could be anything from seeing a picture that makes it seem like you are hiding assets to a status that might be misconstrued when it is read.

Make sure that you are being open and honest in all disclosures about the divorce. This is very important whether you are dealing with physical assets or financial resources.

Another point to remember is that if you can work with your ex to come to the terms of the divorce, you might be able to get it finished faster. This also gives you some control over what happens and what assets you will retain post-divorce.

While you are in this process, don’t lose your cool. Your ex might do everything possible to try to get a rise out of you. If you remain calm, you will likely be able to keep your wits about you so that you can remain on task.

Source: FindLaw, “The Divorce Process: Do’s and Don’ts,” accessed Feb. 23, 2018

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