When people get married it is because they want to spend the rest of their lives together. However, that isn’t always the case. Only you and your spouse can know for sure if it’s time to file for divorce, but here are a few signs that it might be time to start considering a divorce.
- You do not communicate well with your spouse anymore
- You do not trust each other
- You get mad at each other easily and often
- Someone has cheated
Couples that cannot communicate well are more likely to get divorced. That fact comes as no surprise. Couples should be able to work as a team and discuss issues and their feelings without things blowing up into a fight.
Trust is one of the most important things in any relationship. You and your spouse should be best friends that can rely on each other for anything, but if your trust is gone that is all but impossible. There are many reasons why couples lose trust, but it is extremely difficult to have a successful marriage when the relationship lacks trust.
Anger, jealously, and boiling madness can end a marriage very fast. If seemingly small issues often or always blow up into a huge fight where harsh words are exchanged, it might be a sign that divorce is on the horizon. If you feel angry or like you’re always walking on eggshells when you are around your partner, you might want to seriously consider a divorce.
While some couples can work through the issue together, many cannot. For some, cheating of any kind—physical or emotional—is a serious dealbreaker from which there is no coming back. If that’s the case in your relationship, you may want to start getting your ducks in a row and learning more about your divorce options.
If you think it might be time to file for divorce, contact Kendall Gkikas & Mitchell, LLP to learn more about your options.
While only you and your spouse can know for certain whether it is time to file for divorce, if you are experiencing any of the issues above, you might want to start considering it. You don’t have to stay trapped in a marriage that isn’t working for you and if you’re worried about the legal and financial ramifications, Kendall Gkikas & Mitchell, LLP are here to help. With over 26 years of experience in family law and divorce law, you can trust us to fight for your rights. Whether you are looking for advice on filing for divorce or simply want to know all of your options, we can help. Give us a call today at 909-482-1422 to request a consultation.
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