While divorce can be a trying process, getting a good night’s sleep can help maintain a sense of routine.

By Kathleen Wells

Even under the most amicable conditions, divorce can cause a lot of upheaval in your life. Changing routines, new living situations and uncertainty about the future can lead to racing thoughts at night, making it difficult to sleep. But during stressful times, it’s even more important to ensure you and your family get adequate rest.

Below, we rounded up some helpful resources—including tips and tricks to help you rest easy through any changes.

How Divorce Affects Sleep

How Does Depression Affect Sleep?

Tips for Sleeping With Anxiety

If you have any questions about divorce (aside from how to catch some z’s), please reach out for a consultation. Our team of dedicated lawyers is here to support you throughout the process.