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Reducing the level of conflict in your divorce

On Behalf of | Feb 15, 2024 | Divorce

In the past, divorce was known to be adversarial and full of conflict. One spouse would have to show that the other had engaged in some form of wrongdoing, such as infidelity. With no-fault divorce, this has changed somewhat. There is no need for both spouses to engage in a courtroom battle. 

However, divorce is still a stressful experience and conflict can arise. Outlined below are a few ways that you may be able to reduce the conflict in your divorce.

Avoid social media 

Social media plays a role in most people’s lives today and those in the legal sector are aware of this. Social media is increasingly being produced as evidence in all forms of legal cases, including divorce proceedings. 

You can take steps to prevent this, such as increasing your privacy settings. However, the safest approach is to assume that anything you post online could be seen by your spouse during divorce. Thus, the best course of action is to avoid social media use during divorce proceedings. Any post that could be construed as being negative toward your spouse could harm your case. 

Focus on the future 

Divorce is tough and it signifies the end of the marriage, but it’s also a new chapter in your life that you can look forward to. Rather than getting into disputes about why the marriage didn’t work out, it can help to take a “business like” approach to focus on what you really want out of the divorce settlement and what you are willing to let go of. 

The more legal information you have at your disposal the better prepared you will be for divorce negotiations.

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