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Keeping it civil during divorce is likely to your advantage

When the honeymoon is long over and the marriage has gone south, couples may not have the kindest words to say to each other or about each other. However, Illinois couples headed for divorce may not be doing themselves any favors when they treat each other badly, especially during settlement talks. Being hostile or making disparaging remarks can actually be a detriment during the divorce process.

It benefits both individuals and their children when a divorce is amicable. There is no doubt that divorce is stressful even in the best of circumstances, but taking pot shots at a soon-to-be former spouse isn't going to help matters and usually has the opposite effect. It's also not wise to harass each other at work or put each other down in front of colleagues, family members or friends. 

When it comes to custody of children, the court will always consider what is in the children's best interests and fighting parents don't fit that bill. Parents need to show a family court judge that they value their children above all else and that includes putting the animosity they may feel toward each other on the back burner for the sake of their children. Keeping a cool and level head amid any chaos is the best way forward.

An Illinois lawyer experienced in divorce may be able to offer his or her client wise advice when it comes to how to act during the divorce process. A compassionate attorney may be able to help his or her client to stay focused, positive and clear-headed throughout his or her divorce. Doing so might not only benefit a client emotionally, but financially as well when it comes to obtaining a favorable settlement outcome.

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