You may have had a rough couple of months in your marriage. Something went wrong early on and your marriage just hasn’t been the same. You can’t put your finger on it but that spark you had with your spouse is no longer there.
Everyone’s reason to file for divorce is different. There are a few common factors that might have led to your marriage failing. Here’s what you should know:
The intimacy died after marriage
Often people are more intimate before marriage. Every date seems more precious when you only see your spouse a few times a week. Marriage brought the two of you together every day and it killed that special something.
You might want a divorce because you don’t get the same intimacy you once had. Scheduling conflict, hobbies, school or life changes can push you and your spouse away after marriage.
Money issues may come between you and your spouse
Your spouse may be spending more than the both of you make combined. Your spouse may even work less to the point you have to work to make up for their idleness. You may be seeking a divorce to disconnect yourself from a spouse who leeches off your income or spends more than you can afford.
Money issues often are at the heart of failed marriages, and they often come about because one half of a couple lives for the moment and the other has an eye toward the future.
There is constant arguing during your marriage
Some married couples are better friends than spouses. After marriage, you and your spouse may constantly argue and disagree about everything. The lack of communication may have pushed you and your spouse away from the bond you once had.
Whatever reason you have for your failed marriage may push you to seek divorce. You may need to seek legal guidance to ensure you get the assets you want out of your marriage.