Starting the New Year Off Right After Divorce

23 turning over to 24

2023 is in the rearview mirror, and you’ve navigated many challenges, including finalizing your divorce – a significant chapter closed and a new one opened. Uncertainties may worry you as you step into 2024, but taking that first step forward doesn’t have to be the hardest.

Choosing collaborative divorce or mediation can make this transition smoother. In the collaborative divorce process, you’ll have a supportive team—family law attorneys, neutral financial experts, mental health professionals, and a divorce coach guiding you.

The beauty of the collaborative divorce is preserving your family unit after your divorce is finalized. It prepares you to move forward in a positive way.

After your divorce is finalized, consider these suggestions to aid your journey of healing in 2024:

  • Revisit your monthly budget, make adjustments for financial stability
  • Maintain a united front with your ex-spouse in co-parenting, especially concerning your children
  • Prioritize self-care through activities like journaling, exercising, or meditating
  • Build new connections with your children, finding joy in even the small moments
  • Focus on improving your emotional and physical health – create a plan to nurture both aspects or work with a mental health expert
  • Release yourself from negative feelings by embracing forgiveness, both for you and your ex
  • Work with your ex-partner now to work through any scheduling needs for this year – it can help to deal with these calendar events early in the year.

Addressing these aspects helps foster healing for a positive 2024 and moves you towards emotional healing.

Our mental health professionals are available to assist you and your spouse in overcoming obstacles to reaching an agreeable divorce solution in 2024.

Family Divorce Solutions comprises well-respected, experienced and trained attorneys, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and child specialists who work as a team to reach a complete and satisfactory resolution for everyone involved.

Contact us today to see how we can help your family create and finalize an amicable agreement for your divorce challenges.

Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal/financial/tax/or mental health advice. You should work with your attorney, financial, mental health or tax professional to determine what will work best for your situation.

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