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What types of behavior might indicate a desire to end a marriage?

On Behalf of | Aug 16, 2021 | Divorce |

Going through the end of a marriage may never be easy, and even the idea of discussing the possibility can be a daunting concept. In some cases, individuals in Georgia may even feel caught off guard upon learning that their spouse wants a divorce, even if there are existing issues that place a significant strain on the relationship. Knowing some of the possible signs that might indicate a desire to divorce could help many individuals better prepare for what comes next. 

Possible signs 

Experts indicate that a person who wishes to part ways with a spouse might exhibit various types of behavior. For instance, similar desires could cause a person to begin attempting to avoid the other party and start seeking out opportunities to take part in activities on his or her own or with others. The resulting disconnect could lead to a lack of interest in various aspects of the relationship. Experts also suggest that those who wish to part ways may also show less care toward their spouse’s interests and feelings, and such issues could create a rift in a marriage. 

Studies also indicate that those who experience a desire to take separate paths may also be less willing to work on any issues that exist in the marriage. Another possible sign could involve the presence of secretive behavior. Experts also suggest that when a spouse begins spending more time alone or out of the home, it could also be a possible sign that he or she might be seeing someone else. 

Preparing for a divorce 

Regardless of why it happens, those who face a divorce may encounter a need to address a variety of topics. With a great deal at stake, a person in Georgia might find it helpful to consult with a family law attorney early on for guidance in preparing for what comes next. An attorney can address all a client’s questions and concerns and provide insight in making informed decisions while creating a strategy with which to seek the best outcome possible concerning his or her future during legal proceedings. 


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