Contact Colleyville Divorce Lawyers at 817-756-4040
Colleyville Divorce Attorneys
Home  >  Divorce  >  When to consider ending your marriage

When to consider ending your marriage

Considering a divorce is often a long and painstaking process. Many people seek help from friends, family, and professionals to help determine when it may be time. Author and parenting expert Doctor Gail Gross shared what she considers to be signs that divorce is likely the best option, Huffington Post published on February 9.

1. Abusive behavior towards you or your family–whether emotional, financial, or physical–should warrant serious consideration for divorce.
2. While individual instances of cheating or lying can perhaps be worked though, Dr. Gross says that habitual patterns of either of these behaviors may be grounds for divorce.
3. If two individuals have grown to have irreconcilable life, career, or relationship goals, a divorce may be the only option.
4. If one partner’s self-esteem or self-worth has been compromised by trying to mend a broken relationship for a significant period of time, you may want to consider moving on.

The experienced Colleyville lawyers of Alexander & Associates understand how difficult it is to file for divorce. If you are in such situation, we may help represent you and your best interests though this difficult process. Talk with us today at 817-756-4040 to find out how we may work for you.