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New Year and Divorce: 4 Best Practices for a New You in 2022

Is divorce on your list of resolutions for 2022?

You know what time it is – New Year, New Me, right? When it comes to the New Year and divorce, resolutions and fresh new beginnings are always at the top of the list. In fact, January is dubbed as the “divorce month.” With the added stress of a re-emerging global pandemic at this year’s end, divorce numbers are bound to reach new heights in 2022.

Once the decision to leave your marriage has been made the feelings of fear, uncertainty, and guilt commence. You may lay awake at night wondering if the decision you’ve made is the right one, worrying about the collateral effects on the children, trying to make heads or tails of your finances and more. This can result in indecision and leave you languishing in the process.

If your 2022 is starting with divorce, we have four best practices to aid you in gaining clarity and confidence with your decision. Whether you stay or leave, whether you want the divorce or your spouse does, these four practices will serve you well in divorce and many other areas of your life.

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