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Financial woes can contribute to divorce

As many families in Washington know, it can be hard to stay financially stable. Living costs are forever rising, while finding a stable job has not become any easier. All of these factors can be highly stressful, affecting your emotional well-being and even putting a strain on your family. For some, this only makes their bond stronger in the long-run. Yet for others it can highlight irreparable issues within the relationship.

There is no shame in realizing that you and your spouse are no longer meant to be. People change and often they can grow apart. There is nothing healthy about remaining in a situation where you are unhappy, so if you find yourself contemplating a fresh start, divorce may be the way to go.

Financial worries can be a factor in a relationship's breakdown. However, another large part is simply the expectations people go into their relationships with. Things do not always work out as planned. However, this is not something to feel bitter about, but rather a chance to try again.

Of course, if finances were a worry during your marriage, they may also be so during your divorce settlement. It is important to proceed diligently through the settlement process to ensure that you are happy with the arrangements and that you receive your fair share. If you and your spouse cannot agree, the matter will need to be settled in court.

Although it may seem complicated, you do not have to make these decisions by yourself. An attorney may be able to oversee your divorce and help to ensure that your reach a fair and favorable end result.

Source: The Washington Post, "Men are to blame for the high divorce rate among America's poor," Darlena Cunha, May 4, 2015

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