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Avoiding stress and exhaustion in a high-asset divorce

When Arizona residents are going through a divorce, stress levels can be high. This may be especially true in a high-asset divorce. After all, a divorce may signal the end of a marriage that has lasted for years, or it may involve potentially painful issues like who will get custody of the children or complex asset division. The divorce process can leave Arizona residents exhausted before it is even completed.

However, there are ways to at least attempt to avoid or minimize the amount stress and exhaustion that occurs during a divorce. A recent article had a number of suggestions, including, first and foremost, that knowing about the laws involved and your rights during the divorce process can provide a bit of a comfort level. The more you know, the less likely you are to be surprised by what happens or how the divorce process plays out.

Another suggestion was to find a way to vent your frustrations, thoughts or complaints about the process. In many cases, this can involve leaning on a good friend or close relative, perhaps someone who has gone through the divorce process themselves. By doing this, stress and pain aren't bottled up inside the person who is going through the divorce process.

Stress is common during a divorce in Arizona, particularly a high-asset divorce, but the process doesn't have to be a complete emotional drain. Getting the right information about how to proceed, about the options at each stage of the proceedings and about the potential issues that may arise in post-divorce life can help alleviate the potential stress and exhaustion that occurs in a divorce.

Source: Huffington Post, "Divorce: Does it Have to Be Painful and Exhausting?," Marianna Glynska, July 27, 2017

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