What Can Destroy Your Chances of Winning in Your Separation or Divorce?
What is the most important thing you must do to succeed or win in your separation, divorce or family law case?
You must make the right decisions in all aspects of your separation or divorce.
Hi, my name is Thomas O’Malley. I’m an experienced family lawyer in Durham Region and the GTA.
Unfortunately, there is a predator stalking you throughout your separation and divorce. That predator can kill your ability to make the right decisions in your family law case.
That predator or enemy is called “decision fatigue.” What exactly is decision fatigue? Decision fatigue is the inability to make effective decisions and to have clear thinking as a result of emotional, mental and physical fatigue or tiredness.
You get decision fatigue when you face either short-term or ongoing pressure to get many tasks, jobs and duties completed during the day and the week. Most people are constantly in a state of hurry and “rushing around”. Therefore, they often make bad decision in many areas of their life.
They are so tired most of the time that they do not know whether they are coming or going.
This situation is seriously amplified or increased dramatically when you are getting separated or divorced.
You are already in a “hurried” state of mind in normal life. When you are getting separated or divorced, your negative and confused emotional feelings compound or make worse your inability to make good decisions.
You are probably in the worse situation to make life-changing decisions when you are getting separated or divorced.
You face these very serious problems when you are struggling with decision fatigue:
First, you find it very difficult to decide on which option or approach is best for you and your family in any situation. Since you are tired and weary, you will often make a decision just to move on when this decision is probably not in your best interests or the best interests of your children.
Second, you find it very hard to consider the long-term consequences of your decisions when you are really tired and fatigued in general.
In fact, you tend to avoid making any decisions at all when you are really tired and worn out. In fact, you often default to another person making the decision for you.
When you are faced with making decisions in your separation or divorce, decision fatigue can easily derail you so that you make some really bad decisions that really hurt you and your kids. You are often put under serious pressure in family court and in negotiations in your lawyer’s office to make quick life-changing decisions on the spot.
Your former spouse will be putting some serious pressure on you constantly with phone calls, emails and text messages to make important decisions without some serious thought and consideration on your part.
This is a recipe for disaster in your separation or divorce.
Fortunately, I will give you some effective ways to combat or reduce decision fatigue in another video so that you can make the right decisions in your separation or divorce.
If you have any questions about your separation, divorce or family law case and you would like our help, there’s a few ways to contact our office. You can leave a message on my Facebook law office page, visit my website at www.canadiandivorcelegaladvice.com, or call me directly at 905-434-8837.
We would be happy to speak to you.
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