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Going through divorce as a workaholic

Many people struggle with divorce, regardless of their personal circumstances or habits. For some, however, divorce can be even more challenging. For example, if you consider yourself a workaholic and feel as if you are always at work, the divorce process may seem more daunting to you, especially if you are always short on time. Our law office knows that it can be very helpful for people who are in this position to carefully approach their divorce and take all possible steps to minimize potential problems, especially if you do not have much free time.

Sometimes, people are accused of being workaholics, even though they simply need to work for financial reasons. In a divorce, some spouses accuse the other party of being responsible for the divorce, for an array of reasons. Sometimes, these accusations are true, while others are completely exaggerated, and one person wants to place all of the blame on another.

Not only do workaholics often feel as if divorce creates challenges with their schedule, but some people blame excessive work as a reason why divorce becomes necessary. Whether you or your spouse constantly need to take business trips or are away from home for very long hours, it is also important to understand the possible link between working many hours and the end of marriage.

If you have to work long hours, regardless of your occupation, it may be beneficial to take steps to make your experience with divorce less stressful. Visit our high asset divorce page for more divorce process material.

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