Last week, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen confirmed on social media that they have finalized their divorce. On an Instagram story, Brady said that he and his wife came to a decision together and are still grateful for the time they had together. He said that he and Bundchen would continue to raise their children together and make sure that they receive adequate care.
Bundchen also commented on the divorce on social media. The supermodel said that she and Tom amicably finalized their divorce and plan to co-parent their kids. She said that although they have grown apart, she is thankful for the time they had together. Bundchen also requested privacy.
The New York Post reported that Brady’s absence from training camp in the summer was due to marital problems.
Brady and Bundchen tied the knot in 2009 and have two kids together. Bundchen said that she was worried that he played such a violent sport and that she wished he was around more.
How to Have a Peaceful Divorce
If you have made the decision to divorce your spouse, you may be overwhelmed and wonder how you can do it amicably. However, like Brady and Bundchen, it is possible to get divorced without things getting too heated. It is important to hire a Tampa FL divorce attorney promptly as soon as possible.
Here are a few ways to have a peaceful divorce.
Treat your ex with your respect.
It is understandable that you may feel anger and resentment toward your ex right now. However, you should still resist the urge to treat your urge poorly. Doing so will only increase your stress and prolong the divorce process. Instead, speak to your ex in a calm and polite tone and be willing to compromise on certain matters.
If possible, you should keep the courts out of your divorce. It can make everything more stressful. Mediation allows you to have more control over your divorce and is faster, cheaper and less stressful. During mediation, a neutral third party will facilitate discussions between you and your ex. The goal of mediation is to come to a resolution outside of court.
Take good care of yourself.
Although a divorce is difficult, you can’t neglect your physical and mental health. Eat a nutritious diet, exercise regularly and get plenty of sleep every night. Participate in stress-reducing activities, such as yoga and meditation. If you look after yourself, you may be able to get through your divorce easier.
Do not dwell on the past.
If you constantly think about how poorly your ex treated you, it will be difficult to move forward. Instead, focus on the future and what you want for your life.
If you have questions about a prenup agreement or a postnup agreement or require legal assistance in other areas of Family Law you may always contact Damien McKinney of The McKinney Law Group to discuss your case further. He can be reached by phone at 813-428-3400 or by e-mail at [email protected].
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