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Negotiation may make divorce easier

Generally, nobody in New Jersey walks down the aisle with the expectation of later getting divorced. However, unfortunately, sometimes divorce is simply inevitable. Although being emotionally prepared for this type of family law proceeding is important, being financially prepared is just as critical.

One common mistake made during divorce is to go for every single thing possible. This may include the family home, the family dog and the money in the bank accounts, for example. After all, pursuing and winning many of these types of assets may make one spouse feel as though he or she has successfully gotten back at the other spouse.

Unfortunately, trying to get everything in a divorce may end up being more costly than initially expected. If the two spouses act out of emotion, they might end up dragging out their divorce much longer than they truly want. Not only can this take an emotional toll on the couple but also it can be financially draining.

Divorce negotiation is an alternative to traditional litigation that allows a couple to try to work through their issues more amicably, without further court intrusion. In this way, they might be able to efficiently reach a mutually beneficial settlement regarding matters such as property division and spousal support. This ultimately allows them to move on with their separate lives much more quickly. An attorney in New Jersey can help with the negotiation process to ensure that one's best interests are protected when fighting for a fair share of assets as part of a divorce proceeding.

Source: seekingalpha.com, "Financial Tips For Women Getting Divorced", Russ Thornton, June 12, 2017

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