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  • Writer's pictureJames Chau

Don't Make Divorce More Nasty

Updated: Oct 17, 2022

Many people when undergoing a divorce think that playing nasty tactics on their ex spouse can help them to either attain an advantage or emotionally satisfy them. I always advise against doing anything unnecessary. For one, it can emotionally awake the other side to up the ante in increasing unnecessary roughness. It’s just an ever mounting nuclear arms race waiting to happen. We’ve all been known to play tricks on people; sometimes even dirty tricks, but pulling a dirty trick on your ex-spouse or soon-to-be-ex-spouse will rarely be of advantage to yourself. I wanted to share some tips from an article about tricks you shouldn’t to pull during a divorce: 1. Leave Him/ Her with Nothing 2. Cut Off the Credit Cards 3. Get Him Fired 4. Cut Off the Utilities 5. Tell the Other woman’s/ Other man’s Spouse 6. Move out of State with the Kids 7. Clean out the Bank Accounts 8. Call Child Protective Services 9. Embarrass your Spouse Many states even have laws to protect parties to a divorce matter against many of the issues mentioned above. One of the best tips in the article is to make sure that each move you make in the divorce is toward a positive solution. If there are any legal questions you may have, I encourage you to, please contact my San Jose Divorce Lawyers office. My San Jose Family Lawyer offices assists many people who are going through family law related issues. We have many Affordable San Jose Divorce Lawyer solutions for many different budgets. We help many individuals through this very chaotic period in their life. Proudly serving the following cities, Fremont, Milpitas, Los Gatos, Cupertino, Mountain View, and Santa Clara.

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