Signs You Are Ready for Divorce 

Signs You Are Ready for Divorce Some people think the signs of divorce are written on the wall. For others, determining whether a marriage is over is not so clear-cut. After you’ve chosen to spend the rest of your life with someone you love, choosing to end that relationship can be difficult, painful, and overwhelming. How do you know you are making the right decision?

At Kessler & Solomiany, LLC, we don’t have all the answers when it comes to the complicated dynamics of relationships. However, our supportive and compassionate Atlanta divorce attorneys have handled enough divorce cases to recognize the most common signs that you might be ready for a divorce.

What Are Those Signs?

Every relationship is unique. We wish there were a universal list of fundamentals signaling that your marriage is over, but there isn’t. Only you can determine if your relationship is over or if there is something left to salvage with the help of therapy or outside resources. However, some signs may help you gain a little perspective on your relationship and guide you toward finding a resolution to your current situation.

You are the victim of abuse – If there is one clear reg flag you should get out of marriage, it is abuse. Abuse comes in many forms, from physical to financial and emotional to sexual. If you are in an abusive or violent marriage, help is available. Contact an attorney immediately or seek local resources for Georgia domestic abuse victims.

You and your spouse have different goals and values – Nothing is more devastating than to realize the person you love no longer values the same things in life that you value. This shift can happen gradually throughout a marriage or seemingly overnight. When you and your spouse are no longer on the same page, everyday decisions can turn into fights or struggles because you don’t share the same goals and may be heading in opposite directions. What is your long-term plan? Can you be happy with a spouse who doesn’t share your passions and isn’t helping you progress as a person?

There is no communication – Arguably, the most vital part of any relationship is communication. How can you evolve, express yourself, and make important life decisions if you and your spouse can’t communicate? Breakdowns in communication inevitably lead to misunderstandings, resentment, and hurt feelings. Do you and your partner talk? Do you share your hopes and worries? Do you listen to each other? If the answer to these questions is no, it may be a sign you are ready to move on.

Is there still love in the relationship – Are you still in love? Sounds like a ridiculous question to ask about a partner, but it’s an important one to reflect upon. Examine your feelings for your spouse. Do you still feel close? Do you connect in intimate and non-intimate ways? Are you indifferent to your relationship and feel only apathy? If you are emotionally void or can’t recall the last time you were affectionate with your partner, it may be a sign you are no longer emotionally close and are ready for divorce.

You are losing trust in your partner – Losing trust in your partner is a huge sign you may be ready to consider divorce. Money issues, deception, and cheating are some of the most common reasons cited for divorce. If you suspect that your spouse is hiding something from you, there is a significant change in their habits, or they become increasingly defensive about their actions, you can develop trust issues.

Divorce is often on your mind – If divorce is on your mind and you have questions about the process, you may be ready for a separation. Generally, people in healthy, happy relationships don’t imagine what their life would look like in the event of a divorce.

Connect with an Experienced Atlanta Divorce Attorney Today

Signs You Are Ready for Divorce There are numerous signs that you may be ready to talk about divorce. Above all, trust your instincts, confide in a counselor or medical professional, and talk to a skilled divorce attorney. At Kessler & Solomiany, LLC, we understand that divorce can be a painful and heartbreaking process. Our legal team can provide you with valuable legal advice and compassionate support throughout the process.

If divorce is on your mind and you need to talk with someone, consider sitting down with an Atlanta divorce attorney from Kessler & Solomiany, LLC for a confidential consultation. Call our office today at (404) 688-8810.