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Make divorce easier with the help of a strong support team

One of the most stressful experiences any person can go is the ending of a marriage. The secret for a New Jersey person in the throes of a divorce might be to build a professional support team that can relieve the level of stress, allowing him or her to focus on personal, emotional and physical care with the help of a loving support team of friends and family. Along with an experienced divorce attorney, a counselor and others with divorce-related experience can ease the process.

People who might be valuable assets at this challenging time include a mediator skilled in facilitating divorce negotiations in a manner that puts both parties at ease and willing to communicate. Some suggest that working with a divorce coach or counselor can help to work through anger, shock, grief and other negative feelings in preparation for a new life chapter. Neglecting to go through this healing process may leave a person harboring anger and resentment for years after a divorce, jeopardizing his or her chances of finding post-divorce happiness.

The complexities of a person’s divorce will determine whether any additional professional guidance is required. An attorney who has experience in all types of divorces will likely have other resources that a client could add to the divorce team as needed. These may include a financial advisor, accountant, mortgage broker, real estate agent, estate planner and others that provide valuable services and advice, including professionals experienced in child-related issues.

A consultation with an experienced New Jersey divorce attorney might be the most logical initial step to take. A lawyer can assess an individual’s circumstances and then provide support and guidance through every step of the process. Having a strong support team may provide one an opportunity to enter into a financially and emotionally stable post-divorce life.

Source: liveabout.com, “Who do You Need on Your “Divorce Team?”“, Cathy Meyer, Accessed on Oct. 20, 2017

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