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Try to limit conflict during your divorce

You might think that going through a divorce means that you will have to deal with constant conflict. The truth is that you and your ex can decide to have an amicable divorce if you are both willing to work together. This must be based on mutual respect and a willingness to compromise.

You might be able to make this easier by keeping the situation similar to a business transaction. Trying to remain friends with an ex might be a good idea, but you shouldn't rush into this while your emotions are still peaked from the end of the marriage.

Divorce comes with a variety of decisions that must be made. It might not be easy to work through these, but starting the process off with a clear plan for dispute resolution can be beneficial. You will know what is going to happen if you and your ex can't agree on a point in the divorce settlement or child custody agreement.

As you are working through the matters at hand, don't give in to the temptation to let the past dictate the future. Instead, take the time to consider your options and determine how you might be able to make things better for yourself. This might not be easy since you might be tempted to think only in the short term.

Every decision you make during the divorce is going to either help you or hurt you. Take the time to outline your needs and the needs of your children. This can give you the basis for what you need to enjoy a successful future.

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