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An unpleasant topic, but one that is important to address. Going through a divorce is stressful. It is extremely common for people to become depressed over a divorce, and untreated depression is the number one cause for suicide. If you are going through a divorce, you need to get a strong support network in place.

Don’t shy away from confronting suicide. People believe that mentioning it might make a person start thinking about it. Researchers tell us there’s little risk of that. The quickest and most decisive way to deal with a risk of suicide is to ask about it and talk about it — directly.

Be proactive, consider therapy. Beginning therapy can be a big step toward being the healthiest version of yourself and living the best life possible—no matter what challenges you may be facing. Through therapy, you can change self-destructive behaviors and habits, resolve painful feelings, improve your relationships, and more.

You are not alone in facing life’s problems; many people are experiencing similar pains, difficulties, and worries, and many people are getting help and growing through therapy. Mental health concerns affect millions of people throughout the world and help is available.

New Jersey’s 24/7 Peer Support & Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-855-654-6735 NJ Hopeline

Iandoli and Edens can help take some of the burden of divorce off your shoulders. Let us guide you through the legal process and trust us to look out for your best interest. You are not alone. Call to make an appointment today for a free consultation. You can also visit us on the web at

When going through a divorce or separation there are a multitude of sources to turn to for information.  Most of us turn to our friends and family.  After all, they are the core of our belief and trust.  Unfortunately, although they certainly have your best interest in their hearts, the information they may have may be skewed by horror stories of people they know, and perhaps more importantly their love for you and your children, and often your spouse.

The internet may be another source, but again, it is often the awfulness of the stories that hit the social media, with the true facts often obscured by sensationalism.

To learn what the law is in your state, and to hear what the options are in your situation, it is best to talk to an impartial Family Law attorney.  At Iandoli & Edens, we offer free consultations, where you can gather the information you need.  Knowing your rights can give you the power and decision-making knowledge for your individual situation.

To learn more, give IANDOLI & EDENS a call at 908-879-9499 and schedule your free consultation today.   You can also visit us on the web at

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