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How do we make divorce as smooth as we can?

Going through a divorce can be a traumatic experience for anyone. It can be very difficult to endure a divorce when there are children from the marriage that is now coming to an end. Finding different ways to successfully navigate a divorce is important. That's why collaborative law has become so popular in Florida. So, what can you do to make divorce as smooth as possible?

Communication is one of the most important issues that should be at the forefront of any divorce. The more the two of you communicate effectively, the likelier it is that the divorce will run its course smoothly. Ignoring each other's phone calls, texts or emails will only cause further issues as you work towards a resolution. Both of you need to be open to speaking with each other throughout the divorce, even if it is through your respective lawyers.

Mediation within collaborative law is a popular option for divorcing couples in Florida. This is a great way to cooperate with each other and successfully negotiate the terms of the divorce. The help of a third-party mediator can make both of you see the other side of things.

If you are headed for divorce, be sure to take care of yourself as much as possible. This is an overwhelming time in one's life that can cause health issues. Try to reduce your stress, exercise and eat well. Don't let divorce overcome your health.

The main goal of going through a divorce is making things as easy as possible for children. Working with a collaborative law attorney in Fort Lauderdale can help you navigate divorce and come to a successful conclusion with your former spouse.

Source: American Psychological Association, "Healthy divorce: How to make your split as smooth as possible," accessed Oct. 25, 2017

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