For most people, marriage starts off happy and full of hope. However, as time goes on, things may begin to change. You and your partner may start to question your martial relationship and whether your marriage will last. You may start to contemplate separation or may have even started to live independently.
Knowing when it is time to give up on your marriage can be difficult to determine. Although each marriage is different and no one can tell you exactly when it’s time to file for divorce, there may be some signs that can help guide you as to when you should at least start thinking about divorce.
Hard Time Communicating
One of the leading causes of most divorces is communication issues. More
specifically, a lack of communication can lead to separation and eventually divorce. Married couples need to work as a team. There should always be room for arguments that don’t focus on who is right and who is wrong. But when there is a major breakdown in the line of communication, it may be a sign of an impending divorce and an end to your marriage.
Lack of Intimacy
Intimacy is a major part of most, if not all, healthy marriages. A lack of intimacy in a marriage can be a bad sign because intimacy defines the main difference between friendship and a romantic relationship. Although there may be lulls or times when you need space from your partner, if there is a major lack of intimacy it could be a red flag that your marriage is in trouble.
Lack of Trust
Your spouse is supposed to be one of the main people you can trust in your life. It is difficult to feel comfortable in a marriage that lacks trust. There are many factors that can lead to a lack of trust, such as infidelity, lying and disrespect. Constantly second-guessing your partner can mean that you have a troubled marriage.
If you or your spouse cheats on the other, it could be a major sign that your marriage is troubled and time to file for divorce. Cheating can be both physical and emotional. Although some married couples recover after infidelity, many do not. If your partner has cheated on you, it may be time to speak with a Central Valley divorce attorney.
Call an Experienced Central Valley Divorce Attorney
If you are involved in a divorce proceeding or planning to file for divorce, it is in your best interest to consult with an experienced family law attorney to help you learn your legal rights and options with respect to the division of your assets.
For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation with Central Valley family law attorney Gurjit Srai, please call (209) 323-5558 or (559) 314-2796, or complete our online form.