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Five Common Reasons for Divorce


There are many commonly known reasons for divorce. For example, many marriages cannot survive if one spouse is unfaithful to the other. Or, a couple may decide to get divorced because they cannot stop screaming at each other about money problems. These are just two of the most common reasons people get divorced, but there are others, as well and they are much more subtle. Below, one of our Brentwood divorce attorneys explains five common reasons people choose to end their marriage.

There is No Common Ground

 Maybe earlier on in your marriage you were both more willing to compromise or see things from the other’s point of view. Over time, though, people sometimes become a bit firmer in their viewpoints, especially if there are other problems in the marriage. If you and your spouse have completely opposite views on certain issues and matters, it can make getting along with each other impossible.

You are Very Critical of Each Other

 It is almost inevitable that spouses will annoy each other at some point. This is natural and even in the happiest of marriages, things do not always proceed perfectly. However, if you and your spouse are constantly criticizing each other or blaming the other one when things go wrong, it may mean divorce is imminent.

You No Longer Share Your Lives Together

 Again, it is healthy for married people to have separate activities and interests. However, if you no longer share anything with your spouse, it may be a sign that your marriage is over. Consider if you still have date nights with your spouse, or if you like even just staying home and hanging out with them. If not, the spark that held the marriage together for this long may be gone.

A Lack of Intimacy 

Over time and as spouses become older, the physical aspect of the marriage may change. This is also natural and does not necessarily mean the marriage is in trouble. There is also an emotional side of intimacy, and this should not change over time. You and your spouse should feel as if you are best friends and that you are very special to each other.  If you have completely lost your intimate connection, it may be a sign that you should divorce.

Lack of Communication 

Couples who cannot communicate effectively with each other will find it much more difficult to resolve issues. Poor communication can also result in hurt feelings and misunderstandings. If you find that it has become difficult to communicate with your spouse, your marriage could be in danger.

Call Our Divorce Attorneys in Brentwood for Help 

If you believe your marriage is in trouble, you need legal help to officially dissolve it. At Beal, Nations & Crutcher, our Brentwood divorce attorneys can advise you of your rights, make sure they are protected, and help you obtain the best possible outcome. Call us now at 615-861-2304 or contact us online to schedule a consultation and to learn more about how we can help.



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