Take great care of yourself, now more than ever. Manage your emotions, manage your health.
Step Five of Well-Meaning Advice
"The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think."
― Horace Walpole https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8131.Horace_Walpole
Step Four of Well-Meaning Advice
Stay focused on your focus. Be open to change.
Step Three in Well-Meaning Advice
Divorce is a process. Like any process, it has a beginning, a middle, the end and life after that. Working with an experienced divorce professional makes all the difference in receiving guidance through the process. Research your professional divorce mediator, collaborative attorney or litigation attorney before you meet them in person.
Step Two in Well-Meaning Advice
Once you’ve decided on the process of divorce, think inventory first. In my office, we have a process written on the wall as a reminder for all divorce families.
Step One in Well-Meaning Advice
Number One: Choose the right divorce process for your specific circumstances.
What is included? What is excluded?
When filing for divorce in Connecticut, a couple seeking a peaceful, amicable divorce, and who are committed to staying out of Court, can utilize the services of a neutral attorney-mediator to file for divorce or legal separation.
For Meg and Harry, this marriage may work. They have chemistry to burn, lots of projects, goals and values in common. Happily ever after is possible.
The key values to consider are:
Separate and Divorce Amicably
Here are some important steps in ending the cycle of conflict when you divorce.
Unresolved conflict brings clients to the Divorce Process. You need to defuse the conflict first to have a divorce be supportive rather than destructive. Accepting that there are two people with very different, yet valid, perspectives is just the start. To learn how to do this, let’s look at what creates and destroys love in relationships.