Have you uncoupled from your spouse? Are you doing everything as separate individuals? When was the last time you sat down and had a conversation with your mate? If you don’t seem to have any relationship with your mate any more, maybe you’re not actually married anymore – just haven’t gone through the divorce yet.
Does every situation, no matter how trivial, devolve into a fight? That could be a big sign that there’s trouble in paradise and your relationship could be coming to an end.
Are you married to a “Money Moron?” Save yourself years of aggravation. If your partner isn’t willing to do the right thing financially so that you feel safe, maybe your partner doesn’t love you as much as you love them.
If you’ve stopped having sex with your mate, it could be that you no longer want to be married to them.
If your partner won’t even try – won’t go for counselling, won’t even sit down and have a discussion with you about what’s wrong in your relationship, that could be a red flag that says “it’s time to move on.”
If there’s been an affair, if your mate is a gambler, if your mate is a drug abuser or an abuser of alcohol, those are all indications of broken trust. And it can be very difficult to get over that level of broken trust.
We come into relationships (usually) on the same page about a lot of things. Over time, we can change how we feel about things. If you and your mate no longer feel the same way morally, ethically or even about your lifestyle, then it may be time to take note of the fact that you are walking different paths and maybe you need to do it separately as individuals.
If you are considering separating or getting a divorce, call us first to find out how The Common Sense Divorce Three-Step Approach can help you avoid costly mistakes and get your separation process started off on the right foot.
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The Common Sense Divorce is pleased to be a founding partner and core sponsor of the Ontario Divorce Information Network (ODIN).
The ODIN Platform is a Free Divorce information service for Ontario residents researching separation and divorce in the Province of Ontario.