Did the Holidays Take Your Relationship past Its Breaking Point?


At the end of the holiday season, it’s normal to feel worn out and exhausted from all the activities, but what happens when you’re left feeling uninterested in your spouse?

Well, as many of you know, the holidays are quite a stressful time of year even when things are great. With the added complications of holding your marriage together, things begin to get very old very quick.

If you find yourself feeling lost in your relationship after this holiday season, we have a few tips for you to keep your composure and get back to a happy life.

Holding on to Hope

If you were trying to make it through the holidays together as an attempt to settle differences and move forward with your relationship, we commend you for trying. Although, chances are you ended up disappointed and absolutely sure that divorce is the only option.

This is completely normal for a marriage rekindling attempt to fail, especially with the added stress of the holidays. However, there is good news! By figuring out you’re ready for divorce you are already taking a step in the right direction towards your ultimate happiness!

7 Tips for a Happier Life During Divorce

  1. Remember all of the things you have to be thankful for.

  2. Look at the past as a road that took you where you are, don’t blame yourself or have regrets.

  3. Create a plan of action for your future.

  4. Instead of being fearful of the future be excited about it!

  5. Choose to be happy!

  6. Be true to yourself, you know what will make you happy.

  7. Hire an attorney if you’re serious about divorce.

Benefits of Hiring an Attorney

If you’re serious about taking action and filing for divorce, the first step taken should be to discuss with a qualified family law attorney. A qualified attorney can assist you in the following ways:

  • Serve as a mediator for you and your spouse
  •  Make the divorce process as quick as possible
  • Determine whether or not you’re getting your fair share
  •  Help clarify questions on the law, including child support
  • Protect your rights

And above all, we serve as a shoulder to lean on to get you through what may be the hardest time of your life.

If you’ve gotten to the point where divorce is your final option please contact us today!

We’d love to talk to you about your case, call (516) 773-8300 now for a free consultation!

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