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By: Sampair Group

Is Divorce the Answer?

Arizona Divorce Law

It is not unusual to have doubt when the decision to get divorced is made. There may be lingering feelings for your spouse that make it difficult for you to go through with the case, or perhaps you were not the one who filed and did not want the divorce in the first place. Whatever your feelings, it is critical to be sure divorce is the answer. The time and effort required to reach resolution on important issues such as support payments and child custody should only be undertaken if you are sure divorce is right for you.

If you are unhappy, there are some things to consider before making the final decision to get divorced. Some things to think about when trying to figure out if divorce is the answer include:

  • Are both parties unhappy, or is there a possibility to fix issues that are bothering only one of the spouses?
  • Have you explored all your options before deciding to file? If therapy is something both parties would consider it might be a good idea to go to a few sessions to figure out if the relationship can be salvaged.
  • Make health choices, both physically and emotionally. If you are in an abusive relationship, get to a safe place. This includes both physical and emotional abuse.

When you are comfortable with your reasons for getting a divorce, it is easier to proceed with confidence. In some cases the decision is clear, in others it is less so. Not all decisions are black and white, and making sure divorce is what you want is critical. We can help you talk through your concerns and make a decision that works for you and for your family. Call our office today to speak with one of our trained legal professionals.

For answers to your questions about divorce, consult our office. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call the Sampair Group in Phoenix and the West Valley today to schedule your appointment.