Finding Happiness After Virginia Divorce : One Celeb’s Advice

Posted on Mar 16, 2012 by Hofheimer Family Law

Rebuilding your life after a Virginia divorce can be a challenging experience, particularly when the divorce coincides with illness or financial problems. During your divorce, your Virginia divorce attorney for women can help you through your legal issues, but when your divorce is final, you still have plenty of work to do.

Back in the 90's Fran Drescher was making America laugh as everyone's favorite “Nanny”, but in the years following the end of her popular sitcom, the star's personal life was anything but funny. She went through an emotionally difficult divorce from her husband of 21 years after he came out as gay, and she was also diagnosed with cancer. Despite these struggles, she managed to come out stronger, wiser and with her sense of humor still intact.

Today Drescher is cancer-free and working with her ex husband on creative projects once again. She describes herself as “happily divorced' and says that her TV and writing projects have helped her recover from the stormy years of emotional pain and physical illness.

If you're facing a divorce, speak with a Virginia divorce attorney for women to settle you legal matters, but also focus on taking steps to heal emotionally and move on.

Career, hobbies and positive attitude can go a long way to helping you put your Virginia divorce behind you. Not everyone will be able to be friends and collaborators with their ex, but it is possible to let go of the anger and pain.

Contacting a Virginia Divorce Attorney

The decision to file for divorce usually comes at the end of a long and painful journey. In addition to the emotional turmoil involved, there’s also a lot of fear and uncertainty about what the future holds. Concerns about children, mortgages, and even just paying the bills or buying groceries can easily become overwhelming.

A Virginia divorce attorney at Hofheimer Family Law Firm can examine the specifics of your case to help you decide how much support to ask for, what child custody arrangement will work best for you and your children, and how to fairly divide your marital assets. Request a FREE copy of our divorce book for women in Virginia, or reserve your seat at our monthly divorce seminar – 757-425-5200.