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Hints that it may be time for Colorado couples to divorce

If the words "happily-ever-after" or "'til-death-do-us-part" seem to make Colorado couples cringe, then it may be time to start looking for alternatives. Filing for divorce may be the best option for an unhappy couple to find future bliss. If any of the following hints sound all too familiar, then maybe it is time for a couple to initiate a marital split.

Couples do not seem to be staying together simply for their children's sake as they once did in the past. Many marriages do not appear to last forever anymore. Some of the hints or tips that one source uses might hit too close to home right now. For some the very thought of any alone time, whether it is on a date night or a quiet evening at home, results in an awkward silence that seems like it lasts forever. It might seem like neither spouse wants to talk about real issues.

Some couples have expressed that they are afraid of having a rerun of the same argument because it can be nerve-wracking and seem like there is no end in sight. Some other clues to know that the marriage has only a short lifespan left may be when one or the other party feels that they no longer want any physical relations with their spouse. When public displays of affection or intimacy just makes a spouse's skin crawl, it might be a powerful clue that it is time to move on.

Marriage may not be for everyone and sometimes people do fall out of love. When that happens, it may be time to reassess the situation carefully before filing for divorce. Colorado divorce courts have resources to help in calculating spousal and child support payments and can help with the separation of property. Once a settlement agreement is reached, each party can move on with their lives.

Source:, "9 Signs It's Past Time to Get a Divorce", Jenny Erikson, March 28, 2014

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