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Is your spouse contemplating a divorce?

On Behalf of | Nov 11, 2022 | Divorce |

Your wedding day will always be one of the highlights of your life. Sadly, the excitement and joy of that day seem like a distant memory. You and your partner have not been getting along and you think they might be contemplating a divorce.

It’s important to recognize the signs of this so that you can protect your interests. Outlined below are a few things to consider.

Lies and dishonesty

The one thing you and your spouse did well for years was communicate. Whether it related to your job, your finances or personal problems, you didn’t keep secrets from one another. Now, all of this has changed.

The passwords to your joint accounts have all been modified so that you can no longer access them. You were under the impression that your partner was working late, but it turns out they were going on nights out with colleagues. Dishonesty and secretiveness are some of the first signs that your marriage could be in trouble.

A lack of enthusiasm

In both good times and bad, you and your spouse typically had a passionate relationship. Arguments are not enjoyable, but it’s only natural that couples have them from time to time. The issues could be more serious in your marriage if your spouse is displaying apathy toward you.

It’s not easy to recognize or cope with the fact that your marriage is coming to an end, but it’s certainly a possibility. If divorce has been mentioned, then it’s vital to think about protecting your interests. Seeking some legal guidance will help you to do this.

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