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Texas divorce difficult for those over 50

Monday, May 21, 2018

No marriage ever started with one or both parties expecting a divorce, but sadly the prevalence of separation across the nation is still quite common. Texas divorce can be especially problematic for those experiencing what experts have taken to calling "grey divorce," or a separation in later life post-middle age. It is particularly important for individuals of this age range to understand their rights and responsibilities in the divorce proceedings in order to make their late-life separation as quick and efficient as possible.

Understanding a divorce agreement can be a tall order, especially to those without prior knowledge of the process. Couples are encouraged to seek out additional information on how the process works and their roles within it. It is also important to remember that asking questions can help to clarify issues of contention.

Seeking support from an emotional standpoint is also vital to getting through a gray divorce. The support of friends and family during a difficult time can be a huge help and can lessen feelings of isolation common to the divorce process. Finally, it is important to maintain a level of health and wellness -- not only will it help stave off negativity and help to maintain focus, it can help prevent dwelling on past mistakes and provide a positive window into life ahead.

Texas divorce isn't easy to navigate from an emotional standpoint, particularly for those facing the transition later in life. Knowing one's rights and responsibilities and ensuring that one has the necessary physical and mental support can be valuable in getting through it. There is life after divorce, even when it takes place in the Golden Years.

Source: The Huffington Post, Why Divorce Is Such An Isolating Experience, Tira Harpaz, Nov. 14, 2013

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