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Marital dissatisfaction and the decision to divorce

When it comes to marriages, every couple is different. Some married couples are able to happily live together for the rest of their lives, while others may find that things are not working out several months after they tied the knot. There are so many reasons why marriages fall apart, from spousal abuse and financial hardships to difficulties associated with raising children, an affair or even just incompatibility. When someone is dissatisfied in their marriage, they may try to work things out through counseling. Others may have no desire in trying to repair their marriage, or these attempts may prove unfruitful.

Whether you are dissatisfied in your current marriage or your spouse wants to split up because they are not happy, we know that this can be an incredibly overwhelming position to find yourself in. Sometimes, people feel a sense of hopelessness when these challenges arise, but it is crucial to stay focused and positive, especially since there may be a great deal at stake. For example, the way in which custody is awarded and the financial effects of the divorce process could have a huge impact on your future.

By making sure that you take the correct approach to your divorce, regardless of whether you want the marriage to end or not, you may be in a much better position months or even years down the road. There are many family law matters you may need to review, and we can discuss many issues on our site, such as custody disputes, child support and other topics.

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