Although the holiday season is often portrayed as a time of love, joy, and togetherness that is not always the case for many individuals, those struggling with marital issues often see those compounded during the holidays due to the stress and added family obligations. Simply put: A turbulent holiday season can often lead to a post holiday divorce in Tulsa.
The attorneys of Fry & Elder are sensitive to the situations individuals face when considering a post-holiday divorce. While resolution is always promoted, sometimes a breakaway at the start of the New Year can be the perfect tonic for someone looking to exit an unhealthy and even abusive marriage.
With nearly 100 years of experience in the realm of family law, Fry & Elder has been a hallmark of Tulsa family law excellence. Fry& Elder has been honored by Best Lawyers® as one of the Best U.S. Law Firms for family law excellence each of the past 10 years.
Firm attorneys have also received numerous legal accolades including Robert G “Hap” Fry Jr. who has been selected by Best Lawyers® for inclusion in its annual The Best Lawyers in America® directory for 14 consecutive years.
Fry & Elder’s team of attorneys answer some of the more reasons as to what leads to a post-holiday divorce in Tulsa.
Heightened Stress Levels
The holiday season can bring about a surge in stress, whether due to financial pressures, the demands of gift shopping, or the effort required to plan and host gatherings. For couples already experiencing tension in their marriage, these added stressors can push them to a breaking point, leading to discussions of divorce in the new year.
The holidays often come with lofty expectations of joy and perfection. Couples may feel immense pressure to create the ideal holiday experience, from decorating their homes to planning gatherings and exchanging gifts. When these expectations are not met, feelings of disappointment can intensify existing marital issues.
The combination of heightened emotions, financial strain, and increased alcohol consumption at holiday gatherings can lead to escalated conflicts between spouses. Arguments and misunderstandings that occur during this time can contribute to a breakdown in communication and further strain the marriage.
Why the Need to Contact an Experienced Divorce Lawyer if You are Going Through a Post Holiday Divorce in Tulsa?
Ending a marriage, no matter how long it was is never easy, and you may be unsure of what your first move should be. Whether you are considering a divorce or are already separated, you should consult with an experienced and compassionate attorney.
Fry & Elder’s team of elite Tulsa divorce attorneys always will not only help navigate you through the post-holiday divorce work that includes filling out the necessary paperwork, we will also customize a creative and dynamic game plan moving forward that will ensure you the best avenue for success moving forward in this new chapter of your life.
Contact Fry & Elder today to set up a personal consultation with a knowledgeable and committed Tulsa divorce lawyer.