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Here are the warning signs that could be headed for a divorce

On Behalf of | Apr 6, 2022 | Divorce And Family Law |

When two people fall in love and decide to get married, few do so with the goal of getting divorced several months or years down the road. Unfortunately, thousands of couples file for divorce each year in the U.S.  While some couples mutually agree to end their marriage, the news of one party’s decision to file for a divorce comes as a surprise to most.

Obviously, deciding whether your failing marriage should end in divorce is no walk in the park – especially if you have done everything in your power to salvage your union. As such, it is easy to overlook those subtle signs that the divorce is imminent or hold on to hope that you can still work things out. However, here are clear signs that your marriage could be bound for divorce after all.

The interest is gone

Living in silence is a warning sign of a relationship in distress. If you and your spouse no longer have an interest in each other, then this could be a sign that deeper issues could be bubbling. If you notice that your spouse is no longer interested in things like getting intimate with you or even what is going on in your life, it is important to find out why this is so.

Too many conflicts

Disagreements are bound to happen in any relationship. However, if they become far too many, then this could be indicative that the relationship is broken and could be headed for divorce. Fights and disagreements that are unresolved can quickly build up into irreconcilable differences that can form the basis of the divorce.


Some couples usually make up and get an incident of marital stray behind them. However, if one party is having multiple affairs, and they are not ready to abandon this behavior, then this could put an already strained marriage in jeopardy.

Divorce, under any circumstance, is a difficult undertaking. Find out how you can protect your rights and interests if you are in the process of dissolving your marriage.

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