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Choosing where to live during divorce can be a hard decision

When going through the marriage dissolution process, the house may be a point of contention. Not only may it pose a conflict during property division proceedings, but it could also bring  up other questions during the divorce process as well. For instance, some New York residents may wonder whether they should remain in the home while the legal proceedings move forward.

Divorce is not unusual, but each New York case is unique

Each person's life has distinct aspects, and though many people may wind up in similar scenarios, each situation is different. Divorce in particular is one type of event that numerous couples go through, but each person faces different challenges, decisions, positives and negatives. This means that many individuals may benefit from considering their specific circumstances when it comes time to make divorce-related choices.

It is difficult to know what to expect with divorce

For many New York residents, it may take time before they come to terms with the fact that their marriages are no longer working. They may want to studiously avoid thinking about their marital issues, but before long, it may get to a point at which they feel divorce is the best option. Of course, ending a marriage is no easy task, and many individuals may need to understand its potential difficulty.

Fear of embarrassment may have parties delaying divorce

Deciding on the best time to end a marriage is no easy task. Many New York residents have different reasons for choosing the timing of their divorce filings. However, certain fears may be keeping individuals together longer than they perhaps should be or want to be. Rather than attempting to move toward a happier future, some parties may let feelings of possible fear and embarrassment hold them back.

Emotional abuse may have New York residents considering divorce

When a person is in an abusive relationship, he or she may feel trapped. Unfortunately, many individuals have a difficult time escaping abuse, and finding the best way to do so can prove tricky. In some cases, New York residents may consider filing for divorce in order to remove themselves from the hostile environment.

Is a narcissist making divorce more difficult?

Selfish tendencies, lack of empathy and refusing to accept responsibility may have resulted in many New York couples choosing to end their marriages. If one spouse exhibited these traits, he or she may have been a narcissist. While filing for divorce may have acted as the first step toward allowing oneself to find happiness elsewhere, going through legal proceedings with a narcissist can prove difficult.

Divorce could open growth opportunities for New York residents

Individuals who have been relationships for numerous years know that there are ups and downs. For some, however, the downs may be far more significant than the ups, and as a result, they may choose to file for divorce. Though this step may seem like a failure to some, ending a marriage could open the door to new opportunities and situations that New York residents may not have considered before.

Obsessive thoughts may hinder the divorce process in New York

When going through the process of ending a marriage, some New York residents may have the urge to hold on to certain parts of their old lives. However, during the divorce proceedings, it may be helpful to let go of a variety of feelings and urges that could potentially hinder the marriage dissolution process. If done, parties may feel more at ease as their cases move forward.

Marital tension may have New York residents considering divorce

Being on the same page as a spouse when it comes to needs in a relationship can help that relationship grow. However, when parties are not aware that one individual may be unhappy, a marriage could be heading for dangerous territory. In many cases, New York residents could end up looking into divorce options if their marital tensions become too high.

Millennials may have difficulty finding peer-support for divorce

Ending a marriage at any age can be difficult. New York residents who divorce at a younger age may find themselves wondering how the event will impact the rest of their lives. Additionally, individuals in the millennial generation may find themselves facing unique difficulties, as many parties their age are not divorcing -- or even marrying -- as often.

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