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Filing for divorce and fear of moving on

On Behalf of | Sep 7, 2019 | High Asset Divorce |

A lot of different emotional roadblocks can arise when people initiate a divorce, from stress due to custody to confusion about how marital property may be split up. For some, simply filing for a divorce in general can be overwhelming. Many people never anticipated that they would break up with their spouse, but there are various reasons why divorce becomes inevitable, from abusive behavior to infidelity. If you are afraid to move on in your life but are determined to end your marriage, it is important to prepare yourself as much as possible.

By going over relevant information and having a better understanding of to expect from a legal point of view, some people are able to approach their divorce with more confidence. You should also consider a number of issues that are not related to the legal side of divorce, such as how your daily life may change and steps that you can take to make the transition less complicated. Reaching out to friends and family members may help, and some people find value in picking up a new hobby or devoting more of their time to productive activities.

Every divorce is different and everyone who ends their marriage is in a somewhat different position with regard to their lifestyle and day-to-day activities. It is understandable for people to have hesitance with regard to the divorce process, especially if they recently tied the knot (and had a costly wedding) or have been married for many years. With that being said, it is imperative to do what is best, even if that means bringing a marriage to a close.