Have you ever found yourself questioning the motives behind a friend or family member’s divorce? As we have reported previously, marriages fall apart for a number of reasons, including finances, infidelity and general unhappiness.
Recently, a pair of researchers from Pennsylvania State University analyzed a survey given to about 200 divorced adult couples to discover why some marriages fall apart. Their findings were not shocking.
According to the researchers, the most common reasons people get divorced (along with the percentage of people who said the issue contributed) are:
- Infidelity (21.6 percent)
- Incompatibility (19.2 percent)
- Substance abuse (10.6 percent)
- “Growing apart” (9.6 percent)
- Personality problems (9.1 percent)
- Communication issues (8.7 percent)
- Physical or mental abuse (5.8 percent)
- “Loss of love” (4.3 percent)
- Not meeting family obligations (3.4 percent)
- Employment problems (3.4 percent)
Our attorneys have worked with clients who have suffered through all these problems.
Remember, you have no obligation to stay in a toxic marriage, especially when serious issues like infidelity and abuse are involved. While divorce is stressful, our attorneys are here to assist you and help you through the process, which often ends up being very rewarding.
How Can I Contact the Lawyers at KGG about Getting Divorced?
If you are thinking about getting a divorce, you need to get quality advice about issues including the division of marital assets and child custody for your case. The failure to do so could result in tremendous losses and additional stress.
Our lawyers have almost four decades of experience handling heated divorce cases—let our firm arrange your initial consultation. We will handle your case with compassion, as we understand the difficulties associated with divorcing a spouse.
Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. – Divorce Attorneys