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Coping with divorce during the holidays

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and the holidays in December and the new year are not far behind. The holiday season often brings families in the St. Charles area together with numerous holiday parties, dinners and social gatherings. While this is supposed to be a time of joy and thankfulness, for people going through divorce, spouses may feel heartbroken with the thought of a failed marriage and uncertainty about the future.

But negative feelings and emotions only drag a person down. And the holiday season may only exacerbate these negative emotions. It is important at these times to focus on the good things in one's life, and to think of divorce not in terms of failure or loss, but as an opportunity for a new beginning and a bright new future.

While going through a divorce, it is important to have a strong team of supporters. This obviously includes family and friends, but on the legal side of things, it is important to have an attorney who will fight to assure the decisions concerning a divorce are fair and equal. This may be especially difficult while distracted with the stresses and obligations of the holidays. But thankfully, you do not need to go through these stresses alone.

The attorneys at Turken and Porzenski have decades of experience in handling all phases of a divorce. Whether a divorcing spouse is dealing with child custody, child support, or marital property division, our team is here to help protect our client's legal rights. Our website includes information about property division and a variety of other family law issues. It can be a helpful resource for people who are going through a divorce during the holidays or any other time of the year.

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