The Only Voice That Matters When Getting A Divorce

When a marriage is ending, friends and family will inevitably come forward with plenty of advice. Whether requested or not, it’s advisable to accept that advice with a grain of salt – or a whole shaker full.

Getting a Divorce

The only voice that matters when getting a divorce is your voice.

The decision to divorce is an intensely personal and emotional one. Talking with an attorney you trust is a good first step in negotiating the potentially stormy seas of dissolving your marriage. A trustworthy lawyer would not pressure a client into filing for divorce.

Likewise, loved ones not directly involved with your marriage have no vote. Accept their offers to take care of the kids when you feel overwhelmed or need a day to tend to your affairs. Let them take you out to lunch or come visit to keep you company. And when a friend attempts to offer you advice that you didn’t ask for or that rubs you the wrong way, you can find a way to say, “Thanks, but no thanks.”

By remembering that the only voice that matters is yours, you maintain your integrity, which is key in eventually achieving a better outcome for your family.

Take a moment, and download my free e-book: Does Every Divorce Need a Shark? It’s a helpful guide when you are considering getting a divorce.

Do you have questions? Would you like to learn more about getting a divorce? Email, or call me toll free: 877-687-1392, or locally: 239-210-7516.

Does Every Divorce Need a Shark

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