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Divorce is unique for each Pennsylvania family

Divorce has become a commonality in the lives of many American families. Decades before now, divorce was not a typical occurrence, partially because women were less able to support themselves financially. While separating one’s family in Pennsylvania can be a challenging and painful process, there may be some benefits as one looks back.

Couples may choose to get a divorce for a number of reasons. Children caught in the middle of their parents’ separation may harbor a lot of bitterness or anger, but have been shown to adjust to their new way of life. This transition takes longer for some children than others, no matter their age. Since divorce has become more widespread, there are many more resources for families as they go through the process and afterwards.

During the course of divorce, parents may choose to use mediation or litigation to settle disputes. In order to assist their children following a separation or divorce, parents can find books, counselors and other resources that better explain or relate to the child. Many children wonder what life would be like had their parents stayed together, but understand, as they get older, that the fighting and tension would not have been worth it.

No divorce is the same for any two families. They can have a variety of complications or go quite smoothly depending on the situation. With the assistance that available resources in Pennsylvania provide, one can work with his or her former spouse through the process of divorce in an amicable manner. Not only can the use of resources make a divorce less stressful, but also ease the tough transition that follows.

Source: burlingtonfreepress.com, "VTrendlines: Surviving divorce with the right approach", Dan D'Ambrosio, Aug. 24, 2014

Source: burlingtonfreepress.com, "VTrendlines: Surviving divorce with the right approach", Dan D'Ambrosio, Aug. 24, 2014

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