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Conflict, lack of commitment may trigger divorce filings

Each person can be triggered into certain actions by a variety of circumstances. When it comes to filing for divorce, each person may have his or her own reasons for deciding to end the marriage. However, there are some commonalities that exist according to several research studies that examined the reasons individuals gave for moving forward with dissolving their marriages.

It may come as no surprise to many Alabama residents that having a considerable amount of conflict led to the end of many relationships. Some individuals found that they would get into arguments over a simple issue only to have the situation turn into a high-conflict fight. Some individuals may be able to change the manner in which they approach marital conflicts and see improvements in their relationships, but for others, the conflict may never get better.

Another issue that could easily impact marital relationships is a lack of commitment. Though most people enter into their marriages with the idea that they will remained married, some parties may lose this sense of commitment over time. As a result, one partner may feel that his or her spouse shows no willingness to improve upon issues, and this unwillingness along with other stressors could lead to ending the marriage.

Though some overlapping reasons exist when it comes to why people choose to divorce, the specific details of each situation are unique. This means that each case is different, and the ways some Alabama residents may choose to approach their marriage dissolution proceedings will differ from other individuals. Having information on the various legal options available for ending a marriage may help concerned parties find the best paths for their circumstances.

Source: businessinsider.com, "7 common reasons why people say they got divorced", Shana Lebowitz, Dec. 18, 2017

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