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Actions that indicate a divorce may be imminent

Some individuals in Pennsylvania are pretty sure they want a divorce but have doubts in the back of their mind, perhaps wondering if they are making the right decision. The whole process would be much easier if there was one thing that indicated the marriage should end, like abuse. Normally, though, it is not so easy to make this decision since there are many factors that combine to cause a person to want to end their marriage.

There are several things that show marriage mates lack respect for each other. It could be that they make fun of each other, mock each other or call each other names. They may not consult each other when making big decisions or actually make decisions knowing that their mate would not approve. This lack of respect is a big indicator that their marriage is heading for divorce.

When a person does not want to go home after work and they make up reasons to stay out in order to avoid their spouse, this could also be a red flag. Maybe they spend a lot of time out of the house with friends, perhaps even spending the night away from home. If one spouse spends more time at home than the other, they may dread hearing the sound of their spouse's car pulling into the driveway or hearing the front door open.

Making a decision to get a divorce will have a big impact on a person's life. Some people decide to speak with an attorney in order to understand how a divorce will affect them. The attorney may be able to provide information about division of marital property, child custody, alimony and other issues that need to be considered during the divorce process.

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