Every married person knows that a healthy relationship takes a great deal of time and effort. When the desire to continue to work at it has long since evaporated, it may be an indication that a divorce would be the best option. California residents who may be uncertain as to whether this is the right solution may benefit from discerning whether certain indications are present in their marriages.
There have been many studies that seek to answer the question behind why some marriages do not survive. In the United States, it is estimated that approximately 20 percent of marriages will end in divorce within the first five years while 48 percent will end within 20 years. There are many factors behind why California residents may seek a divorce, though one recent study is pointing to one possible contributing reason.
Those who are involved in the entertainment field are often envied for their opulent lifestyles. Unfortunately, when their marriages come to an end, they may struggle to work out a settlement agreement that allows them to maintain the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed. California residents may be concerned about how the state's divorce laws will impact their own settlement agreements.
When a marriage comes to an end, there is often a pattern of behavior that may indicate the impending demise. For many couples, there may be a particular fight that they point to as the final straw for their troubled relationship. California residents who can see a divorce in their future may be able to relate to some of the experiences divorced couples shared.
In today's society, the demand for easy access to the myriad of online accounts and social media has lead to multiple avenues to link accounts. Unfortunately, what was meant to enable easy access can become detrimental when a couple is headed for a divorce. Though there are many California laws that attempt to address cyber security in general, this important issue is often overlooked by divorcing couples.
The pervasive school of thought concerning marriage is that if it ends in a dissolution, then one or both spouses may have failed to put in enough effort to make it work. However, many therapists are debunking that thought by suggesting that a divorce may indicate that the parties were successful. California residents may benefit from examining the reasons behind this current belief.
The process of dissolving a marriage can be a complicated and emotionally difficult undertaking. However, the same does not have to be true when it comes to managing finances during a divorce. California residents who are going through this upheaval may benefit from focusing on financial stability in the road ahead.
In spite of one's best efforts, not every marriage will survive. When a divorce becomes the best option, the process may be viewed as a painful and exhausting ordeal. However, if one is able to keep clear goals in mind, then California residents may find that the experience does not have to be as painful as first believed.
The wife of the former "Today" show co-host, Matt Lauer, is expected to file for a dissolution in the near future. The disgraced former television personality was terminated from his position late last year after being accused of inappropriate behavior with female co-workers. Viewers from across the country, including California, may have been surprised by the allegations lodged against Lauer, though his wife purportedly filed for divorce several years ago based on accusations of cruel treatment.
Before a couple agrees to marry, there are likely many decisions that were discussed and resolved. In spite of the best planning, not every future event can be predicted or planned for. It is these unexpected issues that can lead a once-healthy relationship down the road to divorce. One risk factor may surprise California residents as this state is known for its forward thinking in most matters.