Pinpointing the exact cause of divorce is difficult. That’s because no two couples are alike, and no two marriages are the same. What works for you, and what you can tolerate, is very different from what your family or friends are willing to handle. No one goes into their marriage with the idea it will end in divorce, but the simple truth is most marriages do end in this way. When that happens, a skilled family law attorney can help make sure the property is distributed equitably, and that issues such as child custody and support are decided fairly. But, if you are interested in knowing beforehand the chances that your marriage will not make it, take a look below.
Experienced family counselors and therapists are very good at looking at the circumstances and predicting the success of the marriage. Some of the considerations include:
- Couples that marry younger, and with a lower level of education, tend to get divorced at a higher rate than their older and more educated counterparts.
- Running to the altar, when only one party is pushing for quick nuptials, can also spell divorce.
- A lack of trust, or having insecurities about yourself or the relationship will create problems that can lead to divorce.
Not every marriage with these characteristics is doomed, but research reveals the more of these factors that are present, the higher your chances of getting divorced. It can be helpful to know these things before tying the knot, because you may just save yourself a lot of heartache and emotional trauma. However, if you are already married and considering divorce, you should take action to protect your interests and work towards a resolution that is fair. If you have questions about divorce, call our office and let us help you.
For more information about divorce, consult a qualified legal professional. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call The Sampair Group in Phoenix and the West Valley today to schedule your appointment.