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Common Mistakes to Avoid When Filing for Divorce


Divorce is something that needs to be addressed in a non-adversarial manner if both spouses are to achieve an amicable result and as such, there is a right and a wrong way to go about getting a divorce. In this article Susanne Hale writes that you and your spouse should be mindful of these more common mistakes to avoid when filing for divorce to help facilitate a smooth process.

  • Refusing to compromise

  • Rushing the process

  • Letting emotions take over

  • Focusing on the past

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