Deciding to end a marriage can understandably be challenging. However, actually going through the process itself can be even more difficult, especially if you approach your divorce as a battle you must win.
One of the most common things individuals may hear when they start considering a divorce is a plea to try marriage counseling first. This request may come from a spouse who wishes to stay married or a well-meaning friend or family member. With all the emotions and stress that may occur near the potential end of a marriage, it may be difficult for a person or a couple to determine whether they should try counseling. A relatively new option, discernment counseling, may help couples determine whether it is best to try to fix the marriage or pursue a divorce.
According to Forbes, January is the season for divorce. People speculate that unhappily married couples may want to prevent souring the holidays with divorce proceedings. Others wonder whether or not a bad encounter with family members over the holidays may have been the final nail in the coffin. Whatever the reason or season, couples can expect to spend thousands of dollars on divorce.
Couples in New Jersey may be able to predict if divorce is potentially in the future if they pay attention to certain signs. Spouses who can identify warning signs and make the necessary changes have a much better chance of making things work than couples who ignore what is going on.