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What Not to Do During Divorce

What Not to Do During Divorce

When you are embarking on the journey of divorce, it is important you handle it as carefully as possible in order to make the process as seamless as possible. This means sometimes avoiding following your instincts, which may lead you to a disadvantage. While it may feel good or okay to engage in certain behaviors, especially since you are no longer in obligation to do what your ex wants. However, prudence and prevention are important ideals to uphold--at least until your divorce is finalized. Once the divorce is complete, you can handle your personal life as you wish.

The following are what you should avoid doing while in the midst of a divorce:

  • Speaking or venting about the process on social media, as this will inevitably result in facing consequences you want to avoid
  • Avoiding communication with your ex or your children
  • Openly dating a number of new people
  • Not enlisting the advice or guidance of financial advisors
  • Isolating yourself from friends, family, or loved ones
  • Failing to take care of your emotional needs, in which seeing a therapist may be useful for you

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If you and your spouse are considering divorce, there is no time to waste in enlisting the services of a Miami divorce attorney you can trust to fight for our rights--such as ours at Mitchell & West LLC. Our legal team won’t back down from the challenge of advocating on your behalf. Our efforts are aimed at ensuring you and your rights are protected to the best of our ability, no matter how long or how much it takes on our behalf. We won’t give up on you.

If you would like to schedule an initial consultation with a member of our firm, contact us today at (305) 783-3301.

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