Family Attorney Covers Article on How Mental Health Affects the Divorce Process

Thomas Law Group has published its latest article covering the effects of divorce on mental health. The article is available for viewing in full at https://thomaslawgroup.law.blog/2020/10/13/divorce-and-mental-health/

An article covering the subject of ‘the effects of divorce on mental health’ entitled ‘Divorce and Mental Health’ has now been released and published by Thomas Law Group, an authority website in the family law niche. The article brings to light fascinating information, especially for people who plan to divorce. Anybody else who’s interested in the effects of divorce on mental health can read the entire article at https://thomaslawgroup.law.blog/2020/10/13/divorce-and-mental-health/


Undiagnosed mental health issues can negatively affect marriages. In the course of many divorce cases, sometimes one spouse develops issues that affect their psychological functioning. The causes can range from prior undiagnosed mental health issues to sudden changes in mental health due to illness, substance abuse, or injury, such as head trauma.


The article has been written by Sergei Thomas, who wanted to use this article to bring particular attention to the subject of the effects of divorce on mental health. Sergei feels he may have done this best in the following extract:


‘The court is going to give heightened scrutiny to any and all agreements if there is the slightest suggestion that the mental health of a party is in question, and my hold up proceedings to assess whether the problem is serious enough to put the case on hold.’


Thomas Law Group now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article. Sergei Thomas, attorney at Thomas Law Group has made a point of saying regular interaction with the readers is so critical to running the site. This is because it helps them understand what their readers want to know more about family law.


In discussing the article itself and its development, Sergei Thomas said:


“Determinations must be made about the spouse who suffered a change in their mental health status to assess their ability to understand the divorce process and to make decisions that are rational and appropriate.”


Anyone who has a specific question or comment about this article, or any article previously published on the site, are welcomed to contact Thomas Law Group via their website at https://thomasfamilylawcounsel.com/


Once again, the complete article is available to read in full at https://thomaslawgroup.law.blog/2020/10/13/divorce-and-mental-health/

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