Filing for divorce due to incompatibility

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Divorce on Friday, November 2, 2018.

People end their marriages because of affairs, financial issues and many other reasons. Sometimes, a couple finds out that they are incompatible, whether they have been married for a very brief period of time or they have been married for decades. Some couples are able to work through their differences by successfully pursuing therapy and counseling, while others are able to address their incompatibility through mutual understanding and time. However, others are never able to happily continue their marriage and simply do not get along with each other.

If you and your marital partner have been fighting a lot, or you are no longer interested in being married to this person, it is important to explore various options. If you have already tried counseling with no success, you may believe that the only option at this point is to file a divorce petition. You should not hesitate to move ahead with a divorce if you know that it is best for you and your kids (if you are a parent). Moreover, some people may feel that they are stuck in an incompatible marriage because their partner refuses to cooperate or consider the idea of divorce.

Ultimately, you are responsible for your own life and it may be time to bring an unhealthy and toxic marriage to a close. Whether you got married too soon or things have gone wrong over the course of your marriage, it is crucial to approach the end of your marriage properly and prepare yourself mentally as well as financially.

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