Those engaged in the divorce process know how it's possible to feel alone when surrounded by others. Acrimonious meetings between spouses paired with legal representatives may span hours. Divvying up assets and property may prove exhausting. Those who are successful know when to compromise and when to become adamant. Those who aren't adept in articulating their wishes expend more energy and emotions. Although the discussions and debates take place with an audience of attorneys and an antagonistic spouse, most people are likely to feel isolated in this company.