When Wisconsin couples divorce, emotions often run high. What had once been a loving and respectful relationship is now coming to an end and there are likely to be bad feelings on both sides. Unfortunately, many divorces become far more difficult and expensive than they have to be because of choices made by one or both spouses during the process.
In many cases, draw-out disputes could be avoided if both partners took responsibility for their actions during the legal process. It is not unusual for partners to feel slighted, annoyed and even harassed by their soon-to-be ex-spouse. Unfortunately, the adverse effects of such behavior are compounded when the slighted spouse responds negatively. At this point, mudslinging becomes more important than carefully negotiating the terms of the divorce.