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Divorce – The Causes

Posted by James Cummings | Jun 08, 2016 | 0 Comments

Divorce is a serious issue in America. If you get married, you have a 40 to 50 percent chance your marriage will end in a divorce. And, if you have already been divorced and remarried, you have an even higher chance of getting divorced (60 percent). If you aren't sure you and your spouse would like to get a divorce, it's important to weigh your options. You could go to marriage counseling and work on things, or you can speak to a divorce lawyer in Waterbury. We only wish you happiness. To learn more about the first two reasons marriages usually end in divorce, read our previous post.



Whether you think you're prepared for marriage or not, you probably aren't. Nobody can prep you for the difficult times and ups and downs your marriage will endure. Whether you think you're in it for the long hall or you're skeptical, it's crucial you learn why couples are so unprepared for marriages. Unpreparedness is a recipe for a marriage to end in divorce. When you get married, you take a vow to do whatever it takes to save your marriage, and some individuals who take those vows aren't prepared to back them. Whether your career, infidelity, living together or working as a team has been unpredictable, you must prepare for everything within a marriage. Problems arise, but learning how to work through these problems is utterly important.


Do you want to learn more about marriages? Feel free to give our divorce lawyer a call. With the experience we've had with legal separations and divorces, we know we can provide some advice to married couples who need it most. Go ahead and give our incredible team of divorce lawyers here in Waterbury a call. We have the information you need.

About the Author

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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