Loss of Trust in Your Marriage
Being able to trust your spouse is a critical part of a successful, communicative marriage. Whether due to growing apart, infidelity, or other reasons, many couples find this trust dwindling or disappearing altogether, causing them to contemplate divorce. In fact, loss of trust in marriages is a common factor in many divorces.
If your spouse has violated your trust and you find yourself unable to re-establish your trust and relationship, you may be considering divorce. Our attorneys at Alexander & Associates know this can be a difficult time for anyone in Colleyville, but you do not have to go through it alone.
Violations of Trust
As every marriage is unique, loss of trust might arise for a variety of reasons, including the following:
- Living a “double life”
- Having an extramarital affair
- Bad-mouthing a spouse, either in person or online
- Carrying on an online relationship
- Substance abuse
- Lying to one’s spouse repeatedly
All of these actions might violate your trust and make you wonder if an untrusting relationship is worth the emotional distress and angst that often comes with it.
Contact a Divorce Attorney in Colleyville
If you or someone that you care about is suffering from a lack of trust in his or her marriage, then it might be time to consider divorce as an option for moving on with your life. Contact the compassionate and understanding attorneys from Alexander & Associates today by calling our Colleyville office at 817-756-4040. We can help you discuss your options for moving on with your life through divorce.