Reasons for divorce and more!

by Bre, 8:43 AM
Save my marriage when my husband wants divorce
Let's talk about divorce. That dreaded D word. I, myself have been there and NO it isn't fun one bit.Today, it is thought approximately 42-45 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce (this does not include legal separations). When you break that down by number of marriages: 42-45% percent of first marriages end in divorce. 60% of second marriages end in divorce. Some of the reasons people get divorced may include:
  • Extramarital affairs- one of the parties went outside of the bounds of marriage.
  • Finances- Couples fight about finances often and sometimes, this can drive the two apart.
  • Physical and emotional abuse- I fact, 34% of the divorces take place due to verbal, physical, or emotional abuse. No one wants to stay married to an abuser!
  • Communication-  Lack of communication can be a factor when it comes to divorce. Couples just fall apart.
  • Addiction- Yes, being married to an addict is tough and sometimes, enough is enough!
  • Incompatibility- Not every love story ends in happily ever after!
  • A point in no return- Sometimes, enough is enough and there is no going back. I have always said you can't fix what is broken and not meant to be. Is this true for you?
  • & many more!

 With that said, typically divorce can be settled without a lawyer, however, sometimes it cannot. Luckily, this tampa divorce lawyer has you covered. This team can help you with the following needs, many of which you would't know about unless you needed a lawyer! 
  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Visitation
  • Alimony
  • Child Support 
  • Marital Assets & Debts 
  • Modification 
  • Paternity 
  • Domestic Violence 
  • Enforcement 
  • Collaborative Divorce
Here is a little more about them:
"Having an experienced divorce lawyer in Tampa to guide you through the challenges and transitions involved with divorce can make a considerable difference in the outcome of your legal matter. The founder of the Quinn & Lynch, P.A., Mary Elizabeth Quinn, is Board-Certified in marital and family law, which means she is among a small percentage of Florida attorneys whose “certification is the highest level of evaluation by the Florida Bar of competency and experience within an area of law.” Clients benefit considerably from her professionalism of drafting premarital agreements to deal with financial affairs prior to marriage. As a highly skilled lawyer, she assists clients with all aspects of divorce, from marriage dissolution to child custody, child support, alimony, and property division issues. She continues to help families, through modifications and enforcement of court-ordered support or custody. If you are in the process of a divorce and are wanting to stay out the the courts, collaborative divorce is the option that is suited for that. Collaborative divorce is far less complicated than the typical divorce process. The courts are less involved than the average divorce system and are primarily focused on making sure that family matters are settled outside the courtroom. The families have more of a say so about what will happen. At Quinn & Lynch P.A., we are qualified to serve you in the time of need."

Sometimes marriage can't be resolved and a tampa divorce lawyer can help you in every step of the way. 
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