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Divorces are not always negative. In fact, some divorces go smoothly with both people being happy to end their marriage. Whether you're involved in a divorce like this or one that is more contentious, you need to know that you have someone on your side.

That's your attorney's job. Your attorney has experience with divorces and what you need to do to make them go as smoothly as possible. For example, at your first consultation, your attorney can talk to you about your assets, the documents you need and what to expect as your divorce moves forward.

What can you do to make your divorce easier?

Even if your divorce is relatively peaceful, you may have some conflicts come up. For instance, you may have disputes over assets you'd like to keep or may believe that your assets are separate while your spouse argues that they're shared. In these cases, you may need to look into alternative dispute resolution or prepare for litigation.

In the majority of cases, litigation isn't needed, and you and your spouse can negotiate through ADR or through your attorneys. However, in some cases, a trial is the only solution. If that's the case, you need to have an attorney on your side to help you, and that's what your attorney will prepare to do while helping you resolve your divorce.

Our site has more on divorce and what you should do if you would like to go through a peaceful or conflict-free divorce. It's possible to help move your divorce along quickly with the right help.

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