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How to Keep Your Divorce From Becoming Even Worse

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Divorce is hard enough. Don't make it worse by making the mistakes that couples before you have made way too often. If you are in need of a divorce attorney at the Lake of the Ozarks that can be your objective guide during this emotional time, call Phillips, McElyea, Carpenter, and Welch at 573-346-7231 today for your free consultation. In an effort to make things a little easier for you, we have compiled a list of things you can try to do to keep your divorce from becoming even worse.

How to Keep Your Divorce From Becoming Even Worse
Be honest about your finances.

The hard, honest truth is that finances are a huge part of a divorce. Things run more smoothly when both parties are honest about their:

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Define your own priorities and avoid letting the advice from loved ones distract you.

Although your loved ones may be well-intentioned, divorce is emotional enough without getting distracted from what you really want and need. For exa…

How to Avoid Road Rage

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Today, the number of traffic-related offenses caused by some sort of road rage are concerning. 66 percent of traffic fatalities are caused by aggressive drivers, according to Safe Motorist. If you are the victim of a horrific car accident and are in need of a skilled personal injury attorney at the Lake of the Ozarks, call Phillips, McElyea, Carpenter, and Welch at 573-346-7231 for your free consultation today. Combat these awful statistics and keep reading for a few tips on how to avoid road rage. Whether you are typically the aggressive driver or someone who is on the receiving end, these tips may be helpful to you.


How to Avoid Road Rage
Tip #1: ALWAYS check your blind spots when changing lanes.

Do not anger someone else by being careless and switching lanes without looking to see if someone else is there first. Check first, then use your signal to considerately switch lanes the right way. This action alone will help prevent someone else from turning into a road-raged driver.

Tip #2:…