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Reasons Why Couples Often Get Divorced

There are numerous reasons why couples get divorced. While some are able to weather these storms, others may consider them dealbreakers and choose to dissolve their marriage as a result. In many cases, more than one reason may be the culprit behind a divorce. Continue reading to find out why couples often choose to file for divorce.

The Most Common Reasons Behind Divorce

Infidelity is one of the main causes of divorce and, in today’s day and age, this often includes emotional affairs as well. However, cheating is often just one component of a bigger picture and there are often many other reasons that ultimately lead to the breakdown of a marriage.

Here are some of the most common reasons why couples get divorced:

  • Trouble with money: When spouses have different spending and saving habits, are living in poverty, or are dealing with other financial troubles, it can put a strain on the relationship. For many couples, this is a problem that can be difficult to overcome.
  • Substance abuse: Addictions can take a heavy toll on more than just the addict. When the weight of this illness is no longer bearable for a spouse, divorce may be imminent.
  • Incompatibility: No matter how compatible spouses may have been when they met, things can change, especially over the course of a lengthy marriage. Instead of growing together, a couple may grow apart, developing different goals and fundamental values, and becoming increasingly incompatible.
  • Lack of intimacy: A marriage is about far more than sex, but when that component of intimacy is missing, it can wreak havoc on a relationship, creating a sort of distance that cannot be repaired. Although it is natural for intimacy to ebb and flow, if it is too infrequent or practically absent, this can be indicative of a bigger problem.

Maintaining a marriage can be hard work, but if you can spot these problems early on, you may be able to work on them. Otherwise, it may be time to contact a divorce attorney.

Speak to a Compassionate Divorce Lawyer About Your Case Today!

At the Law Office of Jody L. Fisher, our knowledgeable divorce lawyer is backed by more than 17 years of legal experience and a history of successful results. You can rely on us to help you navigate every step of the divorce process and provide the personalized attention you deserve.

Reach out to our law office today at (352) 503-4111 to schedule a consultation with our attorney to get started!

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