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Tips may help with decreasing stress during high-asset divorce

Navigating the marital dissolution process can be challenging for any couple but especially those with highly valuable assets to divide. For this reason, finding ways to cope with the divorce process early on is a wise move. Here are some tips for decreasing stress during a high-asset divorce in Maryland.

For starters, individuals who are going through divorce would be wise to treat themselves kindly, rather than being hard on themselves. This includes taking proper care of themselves. For instance, it is critical that they stay hydrated, eat plenty of food and get plenty of sleep.

Second, it is important for divorcing individuals to build strong support systems for themselves. These support systems should ideally be filled with people who can positively support them through each stressful transition that divorce can bring. These individuals may include close family members and friends, for instance. Likewise, divorcing individuals may want to limit their contact with their future ex-spouses and other parties who stress them out and bring them down.

Another way to decrease stress during a high-asset divorce is to get in touch with an attorney in Maryland right away. The attorney can help a divorcing individual to determine which marital assets to pursue versus give up, as part of the property division process. For instance, holding onto cash may be more expedient than holding onto the marital home due to the ongoing expenses associated with it. The attorney will push for the most beneficial outcome for his or her client, given the circumstances surrounding the divorce.