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These common conflicts can often lead to a divorce

Couples who have been involved in previous relationships or have spent some time in their current marriage may come to the realization that there are no new issues to fight over. Instead, it is often some variation of the same conflict that keeps cropping up. No matter how much effort either party puts in, California residents may find that these conflicts eventually lead to a divorce.

One of the most common battlegrounds for those who have children is discipline style. In many families, there is the parent who prefers to be friends with their children, so they are more lenient while the other parent takes on the role of disciplinarian. Eventually, this difference in styles may lead to a serious rift in the relationship. Another battleground is the division of household labor. In many homes, both partners may feel they contribute more than their share toward the upkeep of the home and resent the lack of appreciation from the other, which often leads to fighting over who makes the greater sacrifices.

Other areas of conflict may occur if one partner holds a conservative view of politics and the other holds a more liberal mindset. This can lead to serious fighting if the couples do not develop ways of co-existing and respecting the other's views. In addition, if one spouse is a spender or feels the compulsion to keep up a certain status quo, this can lead to a serious breech in the relationship.

There are other areas of which couples can go to war, though for each relationship, there is usually one common theme that continues to foster discontent. In spite of the methods spouses may use to resolve these core differences, in the end, a divorce may be the best option. California residents who are concerned about the effect that a dissolution may have on their family and their financial well-being may contact an experienced family law attorney for guidance.

Source: nypost.com, "The 5 fights that can lead to divorce", Christian Gollayan, Accessed on April 26, 2018

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