Accepting that it may be time for a divorce is very difficult for most couples. But dragging out a marriage long past when it should end is harmful to you, your spouse, and your children. If you’re not sure whether it’s the right time, talk to a divorce lawyer about your options.
If you or your spouse is cheating, it’s time to consider talking to a divorce attorney. In the case of an affair, a marriage will likely end in a fault divorce, which can have an effect on your finances, legal rights, and children. Fault divorces are often used to seek a divorce when one spouse will not agree to end the marriage.
Lack of Communication:
When a couple fights, this indicates a willingness to communicate, even if the communication is unpleasant. But when you and your spouse are no longer willing to talk about your problems or work toward a solution, this is often a sign that the end is near. If you’re concerned your ability to resolve marital problems is lost, it may be time to talk to a family attorney.
Many couples give up their romantic partnership in order to be better parents, pursue dream jobs, or simply because the passion is no longer there. But if you and your spouse are no longer intimate, spend time together romantically, or even sleep in the same bed, it may be time to consider a divorce. In a no fault divorce where both couples agree to the separation, you still have the opportunity to be friends and parents. If you think it’s time to end your marriage in a no fault divorce, talk to a divorce attorney.
If you’re considering a separation from your spouse, it’s time to talk to a knowledgeable Montgomery Court divorce lawyer. Michael Eisenberg Esq. has helped hundreds of clients through both fault and no fault divorces in Pennsylvania since opening his doors in 1987. If you’d like to learn about your divorce options, schedule a free consultation today at (267) 722-8383.