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Your Aurora divorce lawyer has probably already told you that keeping your cool under pressure is a good idea, but how do you decide what’s worth fighting over and what you should let go?

Choosing Your Battles During Divorce

Divorce is a give-and-take situation. It’s important that you and your lawyer carefully evaluate everything that you and you ex can’t agree upon to determine your next steps. Look at the big picture; remember, what’s important is coming up with solutions that you can all live with.

That doesn’t mean that you have to give in to your ex in order to keep the peace. However, it does mean turning your divorce into a negotiation process.

Your Aurora divorce lawyer might recommend that you think about what’s important to you, particularly when it comes to the division of your marital property. Is what you want driven by the way you feel about your spouse, or is it something that you’d care about either way?

Why Fighting Makes Things Worse

Fighting with your spouse over things that don’t really matter creates more stress. As if that weren’t reason enough to skip the arguing and reevaluate, think of it this way: how do you feel when someone is combative toward you? Do you want to fight back, and if you do, do you want to win?

That’s how your ex will likely feel, as well, and when you’re both determined to win, there’s no end in sight.

On the other hand, showing your ex that you’re willing to negotiate over things can work in your favour. Showing your ex a kindness when it comes to something he or she wants might encourage reciprocal behaviour; that way, you can both come to the same conclusions about what’s fair and what’s not.

When your lawyer asks you if something is worth fighting over, think before you answer. It might be in your best interest to let some things slide in exchange for a more peaceful “big picture.”

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