How To Recognize A Divorce Before It Happens - Tip Sheet

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MyDivorcePapers.com offers tips on how to predict divorce.

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If one or both parties have “checked out” of the communication process, MDP notes, then the marriage as a whole is in danger of ending.

As an online divorce service, MyDivorcePapers.com (MDP) understands that many couples come to their decision of divorcing as a last resort. In fact, according to the company’s internal review of clients, around 80 percent of divorces occur after one or both parties have failed in preliminary attempts to save the marriage.

For these reasons, MDP has put together a new tip sheet showing those considering the divorce papers how they can tell a divorce is coming before it happens.

Tip One: Lack Of Engagement

If one or both parties have “checked out” of the communication process, MDP notes, then the marriage as a whole is in danger of ending. “While anger and arguing can be indicative of marital troubles, it’s often at this stage that the marriage is still salvageable,” a company representative noted. “Unfortunately, when it gets to the point that the parties involved are no longer speaking to one another, or perhaps the ‘cold shoulder’ is one-sided, then it becomes more difficult to save the marriage.”

Tip Two: A Spouse Starts Making Important Decisions Alone

MDP also notes that divorce forms may be inevitable if one spouse stops seeking the input and cooperation of the other for crucial decisions. “Often, this is closely related to close, personal financial decisions,” the rep said. “Like maybe he or she have started a new bank account. This can also be a sign that the spouse in question is starting to hide money. Either way, it’s not a good sign.”

Tip Three: Fights Start Too Easily And Get Too Intense

MDP acknowledges that a lack of engagement is often more worrisome than fighting; nevertheless, when couples start to fight over everything, even simple decisions, and there’s never really a resolution, look out. “It shows that one or both parties are desperate to leave the situation they’re in,” the rep explained. “They want something different, whether it’s to work on the marriage or to communicate to their spouse that they’re done trying. Look at triggers when you fight. If it’s over ‘little things’ and it’s happening a lot, it could be indicative of a bigger problem.”

MyDivorcePapers.com provides affordable divorce forms solutions for those looking to file for divorce. Paperwork can be completed and compiled in 45 minutes for immediate use.

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