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How Can I Go Through a Low-Conflict Divorce in New Jersey?

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How Can I Go Through a Low-Conflict Divorce in New Jersey?

If you are getting divorced, you may be unsure of what to expect. Read on to learn some tips for achieving a low-conflict divorce.

How to Achieve a Low-Conflict Divorce?

Getting a divorce can be stressful. You may feel tension, anger, sadness, animosity, and more. But, in many cases, spouses wish to get through their divorce as quickly, easily, and amicably as possible. In order to do this, there are a few things to keep in mind. Some of the most important things to remember when it comes to a low-conflict divorce include:

  • Practice radical acceptance: Failing to accept the reality of the situation you are in can cause unhealthy emotions to surface. This can include anger, which can impact your divorce proceedings. Accepting the divorce and your current situation can allow you to focus on making good choices.
  • Be a flexible thinker: There are many different possible outcomes to a divorce that you cannot always predict. It is because of this that it is important to be open to compromise. You and your spouse may have vastly different opinions and it may be necessary to find a happy medium.
  • Manage your emotions: There are many heightened emotions that occur during divorce proceedings. It is important to have healthy coping mechanisms to process these emotions so that they cannot impact the proceedings. This can be incredibly difficult to do, but it is important to keep in mind.
  • Communicate effectively: Communication is critical in any divorce. This is especially so when spouses are not on good terms. Be sure to leave your feelings out of it and speak concisely in a neutral tone. One of the best ways to accomplish good communication is with the help of an experienced mediator.
  • It is understandable to feel misunderstood or disrespected during a divorce: Unfortunately, ill feelings are common. If your spouse acts poorly, it is important to focus on yourself and your own feelings, rather than any negativity coming from your spouse.
  • Focus on your behavior only: Being in control of your emotions and actions can allow you to minimize conflict. You can only control how you react, your spouse’s feelings and actions are out of your control.

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