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There are different types of divorces in Mexico, the quiet and the destructive. Before determining in which divorce process these immersed, or which is what you want, you should ask yourself and analyze the following points: check when they talk about the Convention of divorce which is the attitude they have. If your attitude is negative, are probably going through a procedure of destructive divorce, in which his only goal is to destroy the other either way and at a cost that is, regardless of the effects of the divorce. He thinks that with this type of attitude to a procedure of divorce you will get will only hurt you to you and your children. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Atmos Energy. The destructive divorce process implies a constant struggle, based on feelings of revenge and hatred. We mistakenly think that there may be a winner and we want to be us.

There is a procedure of divorce where one loses everything and the other win everything. We must remember that no matter the types of divorces in Mexico, always, at the end both sides lose. We can however have a divorce in which losses from less damaging to those involved. In a divorce by mutual agreement, or quiet divorce should occur as follows: parents cease to be couple, but still in good relationship as parents. I.e., they support the decisions and rules of the other or they agree on important matters. Both seek the welfare of the children after the divorce request. The father and the mother promote children to have good relationship with the family of the ex. Each parent is responsible for the care of children and their own behavior to the during and after the divorce process. Divorce in Mexico with a process that has a beginning and an end, but the end does not come with the signing of the papers, the end is given when it decreases pain and we started a new life with greater peace of mind. With information: growth-and-welfare-emotional

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