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Rethinking Divorce

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It is easy to think that divorce is the end of life as you once knew it. After all, your property may be divided, you may lose time with your children, and your marriage is over. However, divorce is much more than an end to a chapter in your life. As difficult as this time is, it is also important to rethink divorce and consider the new beginnings divorce can also bring. Doing so will not only help you post-divorce, but throughout the entire process, as well.

Thinking About Your Past, and Your Future

It is easy to get stuck in the past when going through a divorce. You may wonder what went wrong with the marriage or if you could have prevented it. It is also natural to think about the happy memories you had with your spouse, and to miss those times. This period of self-reflection after divorce is not only common, but it is also very important.

As you think about how it all went wrong, you should also consider your part in the success and failure of your marriage. This self-reflection will actually help you move forward in your new life and become a better version of yourself that can help you engage in better relationships with friends, family members, and perhaps even a new romantic partner.

New Opportunities

Some married couples get so caught up in spending time with their spouse and familial obligations that they forget they are their own person with unique interests and hobbies. It is no wonder that after divorce, many people return to the activities they once loved but had forgotten somewhere along the way. Many people take this time to try new activities, whether it is enrolling in a cooking course or a fitness class. Not only is this a great time to start doing the things you love most, it may also lead to new friends, which can be one of the best things that comes out of divorce.

A Chance to Better Yourself

Many people put off certain things because they are married. They need to make sure they can spend time with their spouse, perhaps raise their children, and maintain a household. After a divorce, it is not uncommon for people to find that they suddenly have much more time. They can then try for that promotion at work they did not have time for before, or they may go back to school to continue their education. Whatever you were putting off in your marriage, now is the time to do it.

Our Florida Divorce Lawyers Can Help with Your Case

Although it is true that divorce is a brand new beginning, that does not mean that it is easy. At O’Mara Law Group, our skilled Orlando family lawyers can guide you through the process, advise on the terms, and help you obtain the fair settlement you deserve. If you are considering divorce, call us today at (407) 634-6604 or fill out our online form to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys and to learn more about how we can help.

Resource:

leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0000-0099/0061/Sections/0061.075.html

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