Sometimes a marriage fails because of a mixture of several conflicts that the couple cannot get past. The list of reasons people get a divorce is long, but for today’s program, we focus on four main reasons for divorce: financial reasons, intimacy issues, impossible conflicts, and a difference of priorities and interests in life. So why do people get divorced?
For a consultation for divorce, family law, child custody, and related issues call Mark L. Scroggins at Scroggins Law Group in Dallas, Frisco, and Plano, Texas at (214) 469-3100.
In this program, Mark mentions that he always asks people who come into his office whether there is a chance at reconciliation. While some have the intent to reconcile, the other might not agree. Mark says it seems like too often people do not work hard enough on saving the marriage and they give up too quickly. Mark suggests people try and get some help like some marriage counseling, talk to a clergy member, or a money manager. The point Mark drives home is that it takes buy-in from both parties to fix things.
Topics Covered in this program:
Financial Conflicts About Spending vs Saving Are a Reason People Get Divorced
Romance Decreasing and Intimacy Disappearing Can Lead to Divorce
Inability to Resolve Conflicts and Decisions to Get Divorced
Different Interests and Priorities in Life Leading to Divorce
See the full video interview on the Scroggins Law Group website