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Property division is a marathon, not a sprint

While many Denver couples enter into marriage believing they will last forever, the unfortunate reality is that sometimes divorces are necessary. When this occurs, untangling marital property that two people have accrued together can be lengthy and emotionally wearying. Those who are considering a divorce may wish to draw on the advice of legal, financial and mediation professionals to help them understand the mental and emotional impact of dividing marital property.

Divorce experts advise that people approach the settlement process with a marathon mindset. By mentally preparing for the possibility that these discussions may consume a great deal of time and energy, you can help to ensure that you do not agree to unfavorable terms simply because you are tired of arguing.

To do this, these experts offer a variety of tips that can help people stay healthy and emotionally grounded, including spending time with friends and family, getting enough sleep and finding time to enjoy pleasant and relaxing activities. For many people, such investments in emotional health may help to secure a more favorable divorce settlement.

Divorce can be unpleasant, but it can be made slightly better if the parties involved recognize that the process may take a lot of time, effort and emotional strain, and handle these burdens in a healthy manner. Regardless of whether you are dealing with simple property division or complex valuations of business assets and retirement accounts, having the right attitude when entering into property division negotiations can make a big difference. If you are considering a divorce and would like to gain a better understanding of what to expect in the process, you may wish to consult with an attorney.

Source:, “How to Stay Strong And Get What You Deserve In a Divorce,” Robert Pagliarini, Mar. 25, 2014

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