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Emotional aspect of divorce important to address

On Behalf of | Nov 14, 2019 | Divorce

Ending a marriage can be complicated from both a logistical and a financial standpoint. However, the emotional aspect of divorce can also be hard to deal with. Fortunately, a few tips may help those divorcing in Minnesota to tackle the emotional aspect of a marital breakup with confidence.

First, people who are getting divorced ideally need to accept their reality — that their marriages are coming to an end. Once they do this, they can more easily move forward with dealing with divorce matters like property distribution. Second, speaking with life coaches or therapists may help to process divorce-sparked feelings and address them in a healthy manner.

As people go through divorce, it is also beneficial for them to surround themselves with avid supporters. These supporters, such as friends and family, can help to build their self-esteem and confidence as they navigate the divorce process. Finally, people who are getting divorced would be wise to focus on bettering themselves long term rather than trying to cast blame on their future exes for the divorce.

The best scenario for divorcing spouses is if they can sort out their divorce issues at the negotiation table or through divorce mediation. Doing this rather than litigating the issues will enable them to avoid further court intrusion and thus potentially lead to a smoother and more amicable divorce. Whether a spouse tackles divorce issues outside of court or in court in Minnesota, a family law attorney will work to achieve an outcome that is ultimately in the client’s best interests.

Effective September 1, 2021, Kniess Law merged into Hellmuth & Johnson. This merger allows us to provide a broader range of capabilities to our valued clients. Our office will remain the same, serving as Hellmuth & Johnson’s east metro location.
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Effective September 1, 2021, Kniess Law merged into Hellmuth & Johnson. This merger allows us to provide a broader range of capabilities to our valued clients. Our office will remain the same, serving as Hellmuth & Johnson’s east metro location.

Your representation should continue seamlessly.

Check out the new firm at: www.hjlawfirm.com

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