Divorce has come a long way since it’s introduction to England and Wales in 1857. We no longer view divorce as shameful, or confirmation of your failure as a spouse.
It is simply the legal end of a marriage or civil partnership.
In an era of mindfulness and a greater awareness of “divorcing well”, or as well as possible, is it possible to have a nice divorce?
Nice: nice shot, nice workmanship, nice handling of a crisis. Characterised by showing precision, skill, tact, care or delicacy.
So what is a nice divorce?
Divorce, like life, can be a messy business. However if you choose to you can divorce in a cordial, kind and gracious way.
A nice divorce, is a divorce where the parties try to limit the damage (that can occur during the divorce process) for all those involved.
How to make your divorce a “nice divorce”?
If the parties can:
– Agree to divorce,
– Agree on how to proceed, and
– Agree on how to distribute any financial matters/responsibilities and property
Then they can reduce the stress involved in the divorce process.
This is not an exhaustive list. If you can agree to just one of the above you will make things a lot easier for all of those involved.
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Nice divorce – it takes two to argue
Even if you have a difficult ex-spouse you can work towards a happy outcome in your divorce. As the old saying goes it takes two to argue.
Regardless of your ex-spouses conduct, you can always choose how you are going to respond, and therefore shape your own version of happiness.
Divorce doesn’t have to be an unhappy process. For many it is the start of a new phase in their lives.
Divorce doesn’t have to be a battlefield either. If both parties agree, the legal side of ending your marriage/civil partnership can be as simple as filling out the paperwork.
The biggest cause of unhappy divorces is the conduct of the parties.
It is also the biggest cause of expensive divorces.
The good news you can avoid both.
Nice Divorce: “Divorce doesn’t have to be a battlefield”
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Nice Divorce & Online Divorce
The good news is that with the advent of the internet, you now have access to a world of information. Making it easier to find a strategy or approach that best suits your needs. There are dozens of forums, supportive communities and message boards on divorce and relationships out there.
An Online Divorce can play a central role in a “nice divorce” by saving you time, stress and money (compared to involving solicitors).
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