Our office is moving! Effective 11/5/21, O’Brian & Associates, P.S. will be located at 16650 NE 79th Street, Suite 200, Redmond WA 98052. Just two blocks away from our present location. We are now offering in-office consultations, as well as both Zoom Meeting and telephone consultations.

WASHINGTON RESIDENTS SHOULD FOCUS ON POSITIVITY DURING DIVORCE

When a Washington resident goes through a separation, the situation can be very stressful. Divorce can have a wide array of effects on an individual, including negative health impacts. It is important to address the circumstances at hand that go along with the legal process, but it is also important to pay attention to one's health and stress levels during the proceedings to ensure that the situation does not take a larger toll than necessary.

Remembering that it is important not to fall into a negative routine can help a person going through a separation. It is all too easy to focus on the ending of a marriage and the loss of companionship, but it could also mean that a person has the ability to focus on activities they enjoy as an individual. They may learn that the separation is actually a door opening to an even better view on life.

In that same vein, parties can find uplifting aspects in their everyday life. If the couple had children, a focus could be put on strengthening the one-on-one relationship with them. It can lead to increased family ties, though the parents are no longer together, and could offer a great option to reducing feelings of loneliness as well as opportunities to participate in fun and enjoyable activities.

Divorce can be a difficult time for anyone, and another way to reduce the possible stress is to be prepared for what could take place. Washington state residents could find information on state laws concerning divorce, child custody and other family laws beneficial on their journey to the least stressful situation possible. Lessening the likelihood that a party is caught off guard by a situation could reduce the possibility of prolonged disagreements.

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