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Support and attitude may impact New York divorce cases

Going through a major life change can cause many New York residents to act in ways that they normally would not. Divorce is one of those events that can cause people to feel intense emotions, and many parties often make decisions based solely on the emotions they are feeling in that moment. Unfortunately, this type of approach may not prove to be the most beneficial when it comes to ending a marriage.

Rather than giving in to spite and anger, divorcing couples should attempt to remain as adult as possible. Though it can be difficult at times to refrain from immature actions, taking the high road usually offers more benefits. If children are involved, maintaining an adult attitude about the process can help parents keep their children from feeling overburdened by the situation themselves.

Because children do see and interpret more than many people give them credit for, remaining especially vigilant in regards to setting a good example for the kids is important. Many children continue to use their parents' relationship as a model for how they believe their future relationships will turn out. Therefore, parents should ensure that they do not unnecessarily paint love and marriage in a negative light.

Divorce can take a serious toll on anyone, and maintaining a strong front can prove challenging at times. Therefore, New York residents should ensure that they have a strong support system of their own. As part of their teams, they should enlist the help of experienced attorneys who could help guide individuals through the legal process of ending their marriages.

Source: The Huffington Post, "How to Have a Better Divorce", Dr. Gail Gross, June 13, 2017

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