Claudette-Jean Girard, Attorney at Law
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I provide experienced legal guidance in family law, divorce and special education law. I represent parents and families throughout western Massachusetts.

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How do you address the emotional toll of a divorce case?

Our readers in Massachusetts know that divorce can have a substantial impact on the lives of all involved, which oftentimes includes a soon-to-be ex-spouse and their children. In a divorce case, property and debt will be divided, alimony might be debated, and child custody and support can become hot-button issues. As the legal process unfolds, it can put a strain on any given person's emotional health. So, how do you address the emotional toll of a divorce case?

Well, for starters, it is probably most important to keep the end-goal in mind. Although many couples decide to get a divorce because they see no other alternatives, most get involved in this process because they think that everyone who might be impacted will be better off if the married couple is no longer together. Sure, there is an immediate impact on children, for example, but won't those kids be better off in the long-term if their parents aren't arguing all the time or engendering an overall negative vibe in the household because of their strained relationship? Keeping the long-term goal of a divorce in mind is crucial.

It is also important to visualize the steps that will need to be accomplished in a divorce case from a legal standpoint. Perhaps you can help expedite the case by attempting to reach agreements on certain issues with your soon-to-be ex-spouse. Maintaining a certain level of civility in the legal proceedings can help reduce the emotional toll of the divorce case.

In the end, there is no denying the emotional impact that a divorce can have on everyone involved in the case. However, the emotional toll is often necessary to accomplish a better future for all involved.

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