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Understanding circumstances may help Washington divorce

| Aug 7, 2015 | High-Asset Divorce |

Divorce can be a very different situation for each individual who goes through the process. Therefore, it may not always be prudent to think that because someone else’s divorce went a certain way that another individual’s proceedings will go the same way. Many circumstances can play a role in the situation, and assessing those factors may help Washington residents better understand how their proceedings will move forward.

Many individuals who go through divorce have been married for a number of years. These parties likely know how their spouses react to certain types of situations. With this knowledge, individuals may typically expect the same type of behavior during divorce proceedings that was displayed during the marriage. If a partner was argumentative, for example, it is likely that he or she will be argumentative during the divorce.

Individuals may also want to remember that it may be prudent to be considering what will be best for themselves. Parties may feel as if the situation will be easier if they simply give in to what the other individual wants, but taking such action may have negative results. Because each party will be moving forward as a single person, each will likely want to work toward outcomes that will benefit them as individuals. 

Divorce is rarely easy. However, information on the situation and having an idea about how the other party will handle the process may prove helpful when it comes to making decisions. Washington residents confronting these issues may benefit from learning how the process may best suit their circumstances and how they can move forward with confidence.

Source: The Huffington Post, “The Chemistry of Divorce“, Beth Cone Kramer, July 28, 2015