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Heart issues during your divorce

From anger to depression and anxiety, bringing a marriage to an end can lead to all sorts of negative emotions. When it comes to divorce, the entire process can be very difficult on the heart, and not just from an emotional point of view. Unfortunately, some people have developed heart problems as a result of stress brought on by the divorce process, while others who may have been dealing with high blood pressure or some other serious problem involving their heart health may find that the divorce places additional strain on their heart. As a result, it is imperative to be mindful of your heart and your stress levels during your divorce.

Our law firm realizes that there are often many pressures when someone files for a divorce. They may be worried about anything from the custody of their child to how their property will be split up by the court. These are serious concerns, and they can cause people to lose sleep, abuse drugs or alcohol, develop intense stress, start smoking again or any other number of unhealthy lifestyle issues and risk factors when it comes to one’s heart health.

Fortunately, many people who have a hard time with their heart are able to successfully maneuver through the divorce process. By carefully preparing for the different legal hurdles that could lie ahead, and by being ready for potential divorce and family law matters that may need to be addressed, people may be able to protect their heart during the divorce process (both from a physical and emotional point of view).

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Lorrie J. Zahodnic, P.C. has provided skilled and compassionate legal guidance to Michiganders in family law matters for over 20 years.

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