Reflectively. Patiently. As dispassionately as possible.
There are undoubtedly dozens of descriptors relevant to the optimal mindset one might rationally seek to adopt during the divorce process and thereafter. Every divorcing party in New Jersey and elsewhere is different, of course. Moods and emotions will materially vary from case to case.
Some people are actually euphoric over the whole process. Others dread every aspect of it, seeing it as akin to an enduring root canal or something equally unpleasant. Legions of divorcing individuals simply view it as an unpleasant slog to which they must resign themselves and get through.
The bottom line concerning divorce is that it is a formal event/process to deal with and consummate on the way to hopefully greener pastures. Moreover, it is a common one, with it being estimated that about half of all first American marriages eventually dissolve.
As to those verdant fields referenced just above, they spell flat reality for a huge number of spouses who untie the marital knot and begin fresh post-divorce chapters in their lives. Reams of family law data underscore that high numbers of divorced spouses harbor no doubts they made the right decision in ending unhappy marriages.
“If you have the right mindset and are resilient,” stresses one individual who helps divorcing parties transition from bad marriages to brighter futures,” you can have a great life.”
We know that to be routinely true for our valued clients at the Somerville Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh. We welcome contacts to our firm from individuals seeking to discuss divorce or any other family law matter.