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Keep your cool when your spouse asks for a divorce

Some people know that the end of their marriage is nearing, but when you hear your spouse ask for a divorce, you might become desperate to work things out. While this might be your focus, you should remember that you can't force it if the other person doesn't want to remain with you.

It is imperative that you keep your cool when you are told that you are facing a divorce. Becoming angry is understandable, but it might work against you. Instead, remember that there is time before the divorce will become finalized. You can address many of the issues you have during that time.

Giving your emotions a bit of time to become less raw might be beneficial. You can plan what you are going to say. This gives you a chance to address your own feelings so that you can stick to the facts and what's important when you have this discussion.

When you find out that you are facing a divorce, don't resort to begging your ex to stay or starting to nag. You also shouldn't try to get friends and family members to help you try to keep your spouse with you.

Now is the time for you to turn your attention to protecting your best interests. You need to think about things like child custody and property division so you can find out what options you have. Evaluate those based on how they will impact your future and make decisions based on that. Your attorney can help you to find out more about how applicable laws will impact your case.

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