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"Smart divorce" - keep the legal and emotional sides apart

It is rare to come across a divorce where every issue is easily dealt with, and even rarer to find two parties who know the exact legal implications of dissolving their marriage. This arises from the complex emotional elements at play in a divorce and a lack of understanding towards the whole process. The splitting parties are upset and often heartbroken when filing for divorce, and it is difficult to achieve a harmonious atmosphere that promotes negotiation on the issues at hand.

There is no fault in not knowing how divorce works or how it becomes final, and it is for this reason why family law attorneys with experience handling divorce are brought in to expedite the process. They have the knowledge and proficiency necessary to answer all your questions about divorce.

Considering these two sides - the legal and emotional parts of a divorce - is a new article by a divorce consultant who advocates the "smart divorce."

In a smart divorce, the parties concede that there is a powerful emotional side to divorce that can cause a lot of pain and distress. Sometimes, this can cloud judgment and decision-making. There is also the legal side, where things like child support and custody, alimony and property division get handled, and these decisions need to be made with the best intentions for all involved.

To achieve a smart divorce, keeping these two sides separate is important. Since a divorcing couple almost always has to go through the two processes at the same time, keeping your emotions in check and allowing the process to go forward uninhibited can greatly help proceedings while sparing any added stress.

Source: Huffington Post, "Can Divorce Really Be Smart?," Deborah Moskovitch, Feb. 3, 2012

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