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3 tips to get through a high-conflict divorce

On Behalf of | Aug 22, 2022 | High Asset Divorce |

Divorce is difficult, even in the best conditions. Unfortunately, if you and your spouse seem to argue about everything and every interaction ends in conflict, it makes a hard situation even worse. 

Sometimes, your spouse may exhibit “extreme behaviors,” which include unmanaged emotions, anger and more. While this situation can be extremely difficult, there are some things that can help you get through it:

1. Reduce contact with your spouse

When someone seems to thrive in conflict, it’s up to you to avoid giving them what they want. Your spouse may try to use your words against you and make things as difficult as possible. The best way to deal with this is to minimize contact. If you do need to communicate with your spouse, go through your attorneys. Other solutions include texting, emails and letters. Just make sure to keep all correspondence to show in court. 

2. Keep your feelings in check

You may think they will stop if you let your spouse know they are hurting you. However, this usually isn’t the case if you are in a high-conflict divorce situation. In fact, there’s a good chance what you say will be used against you. Talk to your family and friends if you must but keep conversations with your ex as short and sweet as possible. 

3. Stay consistent

Dealing with the issues in a high-conflict divorce may seem impossible; however, remaining consistent with established routines and schedules will make the situation easier on you. Focus on your well-being and establish boundaries that you don’t waiver from. 

If you are going through a high-conflict divorce, be sure to keep the tips here in mind. This will help you deal with the situation and avoid making it even harder on yourself. Knowing your legal options is also a good idea.