There is no doubt about it — divorce can be a very wrenching, emotional experience for the parties involved. The same is true even if you were the spouse who initiated the divorce action in the first place.
Especially around the holidays, divorcing spouses may get a serious case of the blues. If your ex is already dating or has gotten involved in a new relationship, that can make it even harder to accept the status quo of your newly single life. You may not be able to imagine that you will ever again re-couple or even get used to your life as a divorced person.
Most emotional traumas associated with divorce work themselves out after awhile. But there is no blueprint for getting over the end of your marriage. Even if you aren't ending a marriage of long duration, the act of divorce can still be quite jarring.
Be easy on yourself during this period of time. But, if you aren't able to snap back within a reasonable amount of time, you may want to ask your physician for a referral to a good counselor for a few sessions to help you get back on the right track.
We understand how divorce can seem like the worst thing that you have had to endure to date. But the good news is that there is an end in sight. With our guidance, advice and legal assistance, we can help you walk away from your unhappy marriage poised with the financial assets and resources that you need to begin your new life.