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Making decisions in your best interest during divorce

When you are going through a divorce, you have to think about what is best for you. Your ex might have taken care of you when you were married, but they will only consider their own needs during the divorce. There are some considerations for you to think about when you are going through this major life change.

One important thing to do is to write out any agreements you have with your ex. Getting everything in writing can help you to avoid disagreements in the future since the terms are clearly documented. This includes everything from property division agreements to information about child custody.

If you and your ex are going through mediation or another compromise method to come to the terms of the divorce, make sure that there are clear standards for how disagreements will be handled. Remember that working together can help you to get the divorce over with sooner.

Even though you see plenty of cases where divorcees are friends, don't try to befriend your ex too soon. You need time to allow your emotions to heal before you do this. If you share children with your ex, you do need to remember to remain respectful when you are dealing with them about the kids.

It can be difficult to have to deal with your ex regarding the children, especially if you have to spend time together at functions for the kids. Taking a sort of business-like stance in these instances can help you to survive while still offering the kids the support they need. Ideally, you will have rules for these situations covered in the parenting plan.

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