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Top Reasons for Divorce

Posted by James Cummings | May 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Divorce has higher rates now than ever in history. We recently shared that you 40 to 50 percent of married couples are likely to divorce, and if you're on your second marriage, you have a 60 percent chance of getting divorced again. Although you can beat the odds, there are many couples who don't. If you're wanting to save your marriage, you must understand the common reasons that cause divorce. Catch up by reading our previous post provided to you by our divorce attorney here in Waterbury. Once you're finished, keep reading!



It has always been frowned upon to birth a child without the institute of marriage to back the family. Whether you believe in premarital pregnancy or not, the views upon you may differ from your own. Because of this reason, many marriages end in divorce, especially if the reason you got together in the first place was because of a pregnancy. These types of marriages usually don't work out, because individuals who wed under these circumstances aren't doing it for the right reason: Love.


We will support you whether you'd like to get divorced or not. If the day has come where you realize you're not happy in your marriage and you're ready for a change, feel free to give our divorce attorney a call. With the experience in this genre of cases, we know we can provide you the support and clarity you need to get through this tough time within your life. Meanwhile, stay tuned for our next blog: Divorce – The Causes.

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James Cummings

James lives in Southbury with his wife, Lynn, and their children, James, and Chloe. He enjoys skiing and fishing in his spare time, and is actively involved in local civil affairs in his hometown of Southbury and the greater Waterbury area.


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