How to Make Divorce Easy

by Pamela Gardapee

Making a divorce easy is not always that easy. Following a few steps can make the divorce easy even if the two people just do not like each other anymore. If children are involved, it is important to make the divorce easy and friendly. Divorce does not have to be hard and painful. A divorce can be a communication process between partners. Taking some time to communicate is the way to have an easy divorce.

How to Make Divorce Easy

At the first signs of separation, both parties should talk to the children and explain that it is no one's fault, but they need to be apart. This will help ease the children's minds and help make the separation and impending divorce easier.

The two people involved in a divorce should sit down, go over all the property, and divide it up before the courts do it. This will ensure that each one will get what they want without any fighting or argument. This also makes the court part of a divorce go smoother.

Make visitation open so that each parent has as much time with the children as they want. It is important not to argue over visitation. Having an agreement before court is a time saver. It will also save money for lawyer expenses.

Split up the debts and decide who will pay what. This will make it easier in court. Decide who will keep which credit cards. Be reasonable during the division of debts and responsibilities.

Before the final divorce, talk to the children and explain what is going to happen. After court, take them out for a treat, this would be nice if it could be both parents. This is the way to have an easy divorce with happy parties.

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Items you will need

  • Patience
  • Consideration


  • Never yell at each other when talking.
  • Never yell in front of the children.
  • Never forget about the children in a divorce.


  • If two people cannot be in the same room together, use a third party for a mediator.

About the Author

Pamela Gardapee is a writer with more than seven years experience writing Web content. Being functional in finances, home projects and computers has allowed Gardapee to give her readers valuable information. She studied accounting, computers and writing before offering her tax, computer and writing services to others.