How Can I Reduce Stress & Anxiety?
While divorce is often a stressful experience, it doesn’t have to be. Managing anxiety in your divorce can be difficult, but we are here to help. Our firm can help settle many matters out of court, resulting in faster, less-expensive outcomes with less stress and anxiety. Even if your divorce ends up in court, our experience and preparedness can equip you with the confident, calm demeanor you need to handle your divorce without anxiety.
Reducing Stress & Anxiety
If you want to know how to reduce stress and anxiety, our first suggestion is to consider an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is when you and your former partner agree on the terms of the major issues. You’ll save time, you’ll reduce stress and, most important, you’ll protect your children from the toxic effects of a divorce.
However, uncontested divorces are not for everybody.
If you’re not aware of the finances and you have a spouse who won't release the financial information you need, you might need to go through a contested divorce. You will need to get a hold of financial documents to make sure what is claimed to be yours is yours. You want to make sure that there are no hidden assets or under-reporting of income. It may not work if you need discovery. If either party intimidates the other, that’s not a healthy environment for an uncontested divorce. If spouses are not being reasonable, it’s just not going to work. If you don’t believe contested divorce is the best option for you, it doesn't mean you still have to feel stressed during your divorce. Our team will guide you every step of the way to help you reduce any stress and anxiety.