By now, you’re not so young but you have a lot more to lose and I don’t just mean money and assets.
What about your children and relationships with your family and friends?
Marital issues affect every married couple, and while divorcing your spouse is relatively easy, especially if you are both in agreement and are using the uncontested divorce procedures, it should only be used as the last option for dealing with matrimonial issues.
Do you still love your spouse?
I’m not a relationship coach, but I have been married for some years and have a family. I can’t say my feelings are the same today as they were when I first met my wife. My feelings have altered over the years, and the love we share is very different and it seems to me it must be. We have gone through life together, the ups and the downs, are raising children (which is always a game changer in any relationship) and felt the frustrations and joys which come from being so close.
Ask yourself whether you still have feelings for your spouse? Do you still have affection towards one another?
If you do, and especially if the feelings are mutual, there are other options to look at before opting for a divorce.
Here is some free advice from a divorce attorney:
Marriage counseling is readily available for couples experiencing problems, but you don’t have to wait until emotions and tempers have frayed to the point where you can’t stand each other. Counseling helps thousands of couples recover their marriages, and if you haven’t tried this, please try again.
If you have already been through counseling, go back and try again before you decide to use my uncontested divorce services.