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Being too hasty could negatively affect New Jersey divorce terms

On Behalf of | Nov 18, 2015 | Divorce

Those in New Jersey who are involved in divorce proceedings may start out with the determination to achieve certain goals. As divorce proceedings drag on and become more emotionally and financially taxing, many begin to feel as if any settlement would be better than continuing on the path of negotiations and possible litigation. Unfortunately, those that act rashly on these feelings may end up being unhappy with the results.

Undoubtedly, divorce proceedings can take a considerable toll on the parties involved. However, keeping emotions in check can be beneficial during the process. If a party begins to feel overwhelmed or simply tired, there is an increased risk of agreeing to terms that are not necessarily in his or her best interests.

If an individual has been presented with proposed terms, it often makes sense to get a second opinion. Having a fresh perspective on an issue may allow a party to feel reinvigorated and encouraged to work toward what he or she wants out of the divorce. Of course, this does not mean simply having a friend or family member looking over the terms. Experienced legal professionals can offer knowledgeable advice that could prove beneficial to parties whose divorces are beginning to take an emotional toll and impede their judgment.

Divorce agreements can have a considerable impact on the parties for the rest of their lives. Making hasty decisions due to emotional fatigue or desires to end the process are ill advised. Family law lawyers are typically a valuable asset for New Jersey residents who wish to ensure that they negotiate from a position of strength in order to achieve a settlement that will benefit them now and in the future.

Source: The Huffington Post, “Stop! Don’t Sign Your Divorce Papers Until You Do This One Crucial Thing“, Abby Rodman, Nov. 15, 2015


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