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Committing to an amicable approach may help your divorce case

On Behalf of | Mar 13, 2020 | Uncategorized |

Few people expect their marriages to end in divorce. Typically, people tie the knot because they believe they have found someone that they would love for the rest of their life and with whom they could grow old. Of course, no one can predict the future, and you may have recently found yourself among the many people in Virginia and across the country who are getting a divorce.

What may have surprised you most was that your divorce did not come about due to some substantial betrayal or hurt. Instead, you and your spouse may have simply found yourselves growing apart, and you both felt it best if you moved forward in life no longer being married to each other. Now, you want to have a case that proceeds as smoothly as possible.

Is working with an ex possible during divorce?

Though you may have seen various depictions of court battles revolving around divorce, your case does not have to play out in such a manner. In fact, you and your soon-to-be ex can decide from the beginning to commit to an amicable approach to your case and to work together when you can. Still, that does not mean that you should not set some boundaries.

The relationship likely did not work out for a reason, and even though the divorce is not yet final, you probably want some space from your spouse during the lead-up to and duration of your case. As a result, you may want to ensure that you do not encroach on your spouse’s space or that he or she encroaches on yours, and you may want to set limits to how you communicate, just to name a couple of examples.

Make the commitment

It may seem odd to make a commitment to your future ex when your committed relationship is coming to an end, but if you can both commit to working together when needed, your case may go much more quickly. It may still be difficult at times, but knowing that you both will attempt to compromise when necessary could help mitigate the chances of tempers flaring.

You will both certainly want to look out for your own best interests during your divorce proceedings. Still, you may be able to find ways to do what is best for yourself without having to trample your ex. Discussing your available options with a knowledgeable legal professional may help you find the middle ground you desire.


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