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Signs that divorce may be coming soon

On Behalf of | Jul 20, 2018 | Divorce |

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Even if you are 100 percent dedicated to making your marriage work, there could come a time when you have no choice but to consider divorce.

It’s important to understand the many signs that divorce may be coming, as this gives you the opportunity to change your ways in an attempt to save your marriage. Here are some of the more common signs:

  • You are never happy: Even when things are going well in your life, you are never happy with your marriage.
  • You don’t have positive interactions: Day after day, the majority of interactions with your spouse are negative.
  • Others see your trouble: Do your friends and family constantly ask you what is going on in your marriage? Do they suggest that you move on by asking for a divorce?
  • You feel more like roommates: There may come a time when you no longer feel like a married couple, but more like roommates.
  • Everything turns into an argument: There is no denying that every married couple argues from time to time. However, if you find that the smallest disagreements turn into blow out arguments, something may be wrong in your marriage.

Just because you experience one of these things it doesn’t mean your marriage is in trouble. It does mean you should take a closer look at where things stand and if a change is necessary.

If you find that there is no way to save your marriage, you’ll want to consider what goes into filing for divorce. Once you understand the process and your rights, you can quickly push forward.



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