Falling Out of Love
When you married your spouse, you may have felt differently about him or her than you do now; perhaps you’ve fallen out of love with your spouse. The first thing to know is that this is normal, and there is nothing “wrong” or “bad” about your situation. Over 50% of marriages in America end in divorce, and there may be any number of reasons why people end them, including falling out of love with one another. The attorneys of Alexander and Associates can make this transition easier on Colleyville couples, and help them evaluate their numerous divorce options.
How Divorce Can Help
Though it may be hard to face the fact that you’ve fallen out of love with your spouse, sometimes moving on can be the best solution, and here, divorce can help. When you and your spouse agree (or have minor disagreements) about divorce, then the process can help you settle things such as:
- Division of property
- Division of assets
- Division of debts
- Child support
- Child visitation / custody
- Alimony (if necessary)
These are common divorce settlement terms, and must be decided before a divorce can be complete. But in many cases, falling out of love doesn’t mean that you “hate” your spouse and want to fight them on the terms of your divorce. If done collaboratively, you can often resolve the terms of your divorce in a short period of time.
Contact a Divorce Attorney in Colleyville
If you or someone you love is thinking about divorce, the attorneys of Alexander and Associates can help. Contact our offices in Colleyville today by calling 817-756-4040 to learn more about what we can do for you.