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Certain behaviors in marriage more likely to lead to a divorce

A successful marriage may be difficult to sustain simply based on the personalities of the two parties involved. If there are certain behaviors present for an extended period of time, then the chances for a divorce may increase. Colorado residents who are struggling with ongoing problems with their partner may decide that a divorce is the best option.

Woman seeks to update and streamline divorce process

While no one hopes that their marriage will end in a dissolution, there is a good chance that many Colorado residents will find themselves facing that prospect in the future. Divorce proceedings can be an exhausting process that takes a toll on one's emotional, mental and financial health. It is also an antiquated process in the eyes of one entrepreneur.

Therapists claim there is one key sign a divorce is more likely

Couples who decide to enter into a marriage likely have expectations that their relationship will last throughout their lives. Unfortunately, over time, people often change and may realize that a marriage is no longer sustainable. Colorado residents who have come to this conclusion may have experienced feelings of hopelessness that professionals claim is one of the key signs that a divorce is inevitable.

Divorce is a time for re-evaluation and changing priorities

Some say that the chances of a marriage ending in divorce is approximately 42 percent. Though many individuals may be caught off guard when their spouse files for divorce, others may agree that the relationship has run its course and is no longer viable. Colorado residents who are preparing for divorce may be concerned about how the process may impact them.

Spending on rings and weddings may be indicator of future divorce

For many couples, the planning and expense of paying for their wedding day may come with an even higher and unexpected cost. Some researchers have found that there appears to be a connection between how much is spent on the rings and ceremony, and the likelihood of a divorce. Colorado couples who have invested a significant amount into that wedding ring may find that the ring itself cannot prevent the demise of their relationship.

There is a path to emotional recovery after a divorce

The end of a marriage usually brings a vast array of emotions. While the relief that can be provided by seeking a divorce is the ultimate goal, the healing process to get there may take time. Colorado residents who are beginning the journey to a new life may benefit from learning about the path to emotional well-being after a dissolution.

Tax changes may have significant impact on divorce next year

The prospect of dissolving a marriage and determining the best settlement agreement is seldom an easy undertaking. Now, with the looming tax changes that will become effective next year, the push to settle during this year may become more pressing. Colorado residents who are uncertain as to how the tax revisions may impact their divorce may seek more information from knowledgeable professionals.

The decision to divorce may still mean the marriage was a success

There was a time when the exchanging of wedding vows indicated that the parties intended to remain together until death. As time and society has changed, the idea of a marriage ending in a divorce became much more acceptable. Colorado residents who are considering their own dissolution may be relieved to learn that even a successful marriage sometimes can end in a divorce.

Individuals share lessons learned after a later-in-life divorce

When a couple exchanges vows, they likely intend for them to last for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, even marriages that have lasted for years may be vulnerable to divorce over time. Colorado residents who are contemplating a later-in-life divorce may benefit from the experiences of individuals who have gone through one.

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