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Discussing divorce may be anxiety-inducing for New York residents

When a New York resident has made the decision to move forward with divorce, there may be a sense of relief after the decision has been made. However, there are additional aspects that could cause stress and anxiety when dealing with divorce. First and foremost, an individual must broach the topic with his or her spouse. Once both parties are aware of the situation, they may be able to move forward with the process. 

If individuals wish to bring up divorce to their spouses, it is important that they are prepared for the situation. By creating a space that is conducive to a constructive discussion and is free from distractions, individuals may be able to place their full attention on the situation. This action may mean that arrangements need to be made to have children out of the house or that other similar steps may need to be taken. 

It is also important that individuals are prepared for how their spouse may react. If there have been numerous marital problems and divorce has been on the horizon for some time, both parties may be able to discuss the topic in an amiable manner. However, if one individual feels blindsided by the other party's desire for divorce, more harsh reactions may result. Nonetheless, it is important to keep a level head and explain why the decision has been made.

Though the initial discussion can be difficult, many individuals may find that they are ready to move forward with divorce. Therefore, gathering information on how to begin the process in New York may prove helpful to interested parties. By taking away some of the unknowns regarding the proceedings, parties may face a smoother transition as they progress.

Source: The Huffington Post, "The Best Way to Ask Your Spouse for a Divorce", Cheryl and Joe Dillon, May 22, 2015

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