That’s not a new term we’ve coined at Rucklidge’s, more an observation of what can happen during the divorce process.
Every divorce, and every family, is different from the next. Each relationship breakdown is extremely personal, and the fallout of the decision to end the marriage will be just as individual.
Rucklidge’s Family Law has supported hundreds of clients through the process of divorce, and though circumstances vary, people’s emotions tend to be similar. For example, it’s common to be angry that your life is changing, whether the decision to divorce was yours or not. Frustration and fear about what the future holds are also completely normal. Sadness is understandable as you draw a close on a significant period in your life – even if you’re in perfect agreement that it should happen.
It’s likely that you’ll experience many more emotions and, coupled with all the paperwork there is to complete and the various meetings to attend, it’s no surprise that the whole process may begin to overwhelm you.
Rucklidge’s will guide and support you from the outset. We’re here to reassure you and answer any questions you may have. We work with a number of therapists and counsellors, should you need to offload your emotions. Be reassured that we’ll fight your corner and try to remove as much stress as we can.
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