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Counseling may help those contemplating divorce

During the dissolution of a marriage in Florida, one spouse typically blames the other spouse for the breakup of the marriage. However, in reality, both partners may have contributed to the marital problems leading to the breakup. Sometimes, going through counseling to deal with personal issues may help a couple to get their marriage back on track and avoid divorce.

If two spouses who are contemplating divorce decide to complete counseling first, it is critical that they select a counselor who has expertise in family systems. This type of counselor will be able to evaluate the familial backgrounds of both spouses, which may provide insight into why they view the world in a certain way. How they look at their world determines their values and also the way they see relationships.

For instance, perhaps a husband infuriates his wife with his behavior. In this situation, the wife may feel hurt and might even think that she is not important. This thinking may stem from a childhood experience that made her feel unimportant years ago, with these feelings never being addressed prior to adulthood. The sooner she can tackle these issues, the better her chances of preserving her marriage.

Of course, counseling does not always work. In this situation, a couple may have no choice but to move forward with divorce. An attorney in Florida can help a spouse to pursue the most personally favorable divorce proceeding outcome when addressing matters such as asset distribution and alimony in the Sunshine State.

Source: yourtango.com, "Learn How To Save A Marriage Before You Sign Divorce Papers", Steven Keeler, March 19, 2018

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