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Dealing with the emotional stress of divorce

The decision to divorce is usually not an easy one. It is also one that often comes with a lot of stress. When a couple in Nevada decides to marry, they usually do so with the intent that their union will last forever. Therefore, the decision to divorce -- even if divorce is in both party's best interests -- can be a painful one. Is there anything a person going through a divorce can do to make the process less painful and exhausting?

One thing that may help ease the stress of divorce is to arm yourself with knowledge. Having an understanding of the laws regarding divorce issues such as property division, spousal support, child custody and child support can help a person know what to expect. An attorney can help advise their client throughout the divorce process, to help ensure that their client's rights are protected. An attorney can also help a person think rationally about a situation, during what is naturally a very emotional time.

Another thing that may help ease the stress of divorce is to turn to a good friend, loved one or therapist to discuss your feelings. As you go through the divorce process, it is important not to bottle up your feelings. Therapists and other specialists are available to help people going through a divorce deal with their emotional pain. They can also help provide some perspective -- as painful as it might be now, if the marriage was not meant to last, then it is better to move forward.

While getting a divorce may result in a good deal of emotional stress, there are things that can be done to ease this burden.Seeking legal advice can be the first step to understanding what to expect in the divorce process.

Source: The Huffington Post, "Divorce: Does it Have to Be Painful and Exhausting," Marianna Glynska, July 27, 2017

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