On this blog, many different topics related to divorce have been discussed, from the custody of children to the division of marital property. However, it is important to keep in mind that other matters, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, can affect a couple working through the divorce process. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, our Massachusetts law firm understands how difficult divorce can be for couples who are dealing with a wide variety of challenges in Boston and across the state.
If you have PTSD, your divorce may be more tricky for various reasons. For example, you may experience even more stress in court and throughout your divorce, but it is vital to stay focused and do everything you can to move closer to a positive outcome. On the other hand, perhaps your spouse or former spouse has PTSD, which could also affect you in different ways, whether you are trying to talk to them about divorce or are dealing with child support and other family law matters.
When it comes to divorce, each set of circumstances is unique and every case needs an individualized approach. If you have children, it is particularly vital to do what you can to make your divorce easier for them. Furthermore, if you are struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, or any other challenge that affects you or your spouse, you should try to do what you can to prevent it from making your situation more complicated.
On our divorce page, you can read more about various aspects of the divorce process and family law topics.