“T’ill Death Do Us”… Apart

“T’ill death do us part” is a worthy sentiment but with so much time demand on building a professional career, social status pressure or just plain busy-ness of our daily lives, some couples feel they are growing apart. Some signs of this growing apart trend includes not spending a lot of time together, going to bed at different times, making big decisions without consulting the other, sharing news with someone else before your spouse, etc… A very conscious effort is required to overcome the lack of communication and not spending time as a couple. Adding elements such as anger or resentment, makes couples feel there is no moving forward, or simply they just “felt out of love”.  Sometimes people divorce because they “grow apart”. The spouses may continue to work together as a social team, but the attraction and trust for one another is no longer present.

If you pay a little closer attention to your marriage, and to where you are walking, it is possible to pick up on clues that you and your spouse are growing apart and work to fix those cracks before they get out of control. What happens is things start accumulating and over time they become bigger and bigger.

Separating or ending the marriage is hard. Sometimes people feel they have been”deselected”. But when a relationship is antagonistic, bad sidetrack fights, abusive or emotionally hurting your love ones, is time to truly consider legal alternatives.

At D’Lugo and DeFlora, P.A., we consider Family Law an extremely important legal practice because it affects the relationships individuals have with some of the most important people in their lives, from grandparents to spouses to children. Our firm is always prepared to work in a cooperative and amicable manner to obtain the most beneficial and appropriate outcome in a case. The commitment to our clients is to work towards purposeful resolutions and to do so while protecting the family with minimum distress and maximum value. That is extremely important and sensitive in Family Law cases.

If you find yourself needing support, legal information or help, call D’Lugo and DeFlora for a consultation at 407.870.5551 or online at www.kissimmeefamilylaw.com.

 

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