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Although divorce is a naturally emotional process, allowing your feelings to take control over the decisions you make is a bad idea. Your Newmarket divorce lawyer will tell you – if he or she hasn’t already – that you’ll need to keep a level head and keep emotionally charged decisions to a minimum.

Yes, that’s easier said than done. However, it’s important that you realize anger, hurt and other negative emotions can cloud your judgment so much that you’re actually working against your best interests.

How to Keep Your Emotions from Taking Over During Divorce Negotiations

Whether you’re discussing the division of your marital property or you’re trying to work out the best schedule for your children, try to avoid rehashing the past. Now is the time to move forward, and in order to do that successfully, you need to keep your long-term goals in mind.

If you’re having a hard time dealing with the negotiation, let your Newmarket divorce lawyer know. He or she might suggest that you work with a mediator or that you focus on different issues now; you can revisit the issues causing you the most difficulty when all of the simple things are out of the way.

You don’t have to let your ex-spouse take advantage of you, but if your lawyer suggests that you let something go, give it thoughtful consideration. Remember that your lawyer’s job is to look out for you – and that might include helping you keep things peaceful between you and your ex so that you have a better outcome in the end.

Of course, it’s not always possible to rein in your emotions. If you’re having extreme difficulty, though, it can’t hurt to ask your lawyer if he or she knows a Newmarket therapist who’s qualified to help people going through divorce; sometimes talking to an impartial third party is the best way to clear your head so that you can approach divorce negotiations with a fresh outlook.

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