Divorces can drive you crazy, making you frustrated and annoy you because of the actions of the other party. At the end of the day, all you want is to move on.
It may seem like your spouse is trying to hold you back, but both of you may be trying to do what's best for you and not doing much in the way of negotiating. If that's the case, then you should both start thinking about ways to negotiate with one another.
How can you settle disagreements during a divorce?
You always have the option of sitting down face-to-face and working through your issues. You may also prefer to negotiate through your attorneys instead of talking to one another directly.
Others choose to go through alternative dispute resolution services, such as mediation or arbitration, so that a third party can help them settle the disputes at hand.
The last thing that can help, which should be your last ditch effort to resolve your issues, is a divorce trial. While a divorce trial will bring everything to an end, it can cause trouble, too. It's public, so your assets may be exposed to the public, too. Your personal life and information will be out in the open. Additionally, the judge will make decisions on the case that would be very difficult to appeal, even if you didn't agree with their decision.
Divorces are difficult, but negotiating is a good way to get through the worst of it. Talk to your attorney, and you'll find that there are many ways to resolve your dispute.