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Potential Signs of a Nearing Divorce

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No one goes into a marriage thinking that they will one day get divorced. Unfortunately, however, divorce rates are high and more and more couples are splitting up every year. If you're worried that your relationship may be headed for disaster, it's important to be aware of the signs that often precede a divorce. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most common signs that a couple is on the verge of splitting up. Knowing what to look for can help you take steps to save your relationship – or make the decision to end it if necessary.

Changes in Dynamics

One of the most common signs that a couple is heading for divorce is a change in their dynamic. If you and your spouse used to be best friends but now barely speak, this is a red flag. Similarly, if you used to have a healthy physical relationship, but suddenly find yourselves barely touching each other, this could be another sign that something is wrong. Of course, it's normal for couples to go through ups and downs – but if you're noticing a sudden and drastic change in your relationship, it's worth paying attention to.

Growing Apart

Another potential sign of an impending divorce is when one or both partners start becoming increasingly distant. If you find yourself pulling away from your spouse or vice versa, this could be an indication that there are serious problems in the relationship. This distance can manifest itself in many different ways, such as spending more time apart, neglecting to communicate, or failing to participate in shared activities. If you're starting to feel like you're living separate lives even though you're still technically together, this is definitely a cause for concern.

You May Need A Divorce Attorney

If you're noticing any of these signs in your own relationship, it's important to take action. Talk to your spouse about what's going on and try to work together to address the issues. If things do not improve, however, it may be time to consider ending the relationship – before it does irreparable damage to both of you.

Contact Law Office of Tiffany L. Andrews, P.C. at (916) 794-4576 to set up a consultation today.