How to End a Marriage

By: Tina J. Jones


You have reached the point in your marriage where you have nothing else to do but shake your head—palms up, shoulders down in surrender. The situation is not really a living hell, just a taste of one might feel when stuck in limbo. When your married life boils down to this, is it still worth it to stay and try to make things work? Of course, there are the usual reasons—making it work for the kids, staying for the kids, valuing the sanctity of marriage because you are Christians. Don’t you think getting a divorce attorney and discussing your present situation is so much better than silently enduring this weight every day?

You can easily look all over Maryland and stereotype everybody as divorced (at least once) and soon-to-be-divorced. Yes, there are couples who still stay together after 30, 50 years. But you will have to search the whole state in order to locate them. But divorced couples? They are everywhere. And there is at least one divorce attorney for every divorced couple. I can feel that maybe you are still guilty or scared because of what you are planning to do. But hey, you have had enough, right? Wise people often advice us to know when to stop. And this marriage, I can tell (and I know deep inside you can too), has reached the end of its line.

As you may now have realized, your sentiments are no big deal at all. I mean, yes, it is a big deal at a personal level. But when you look at society as a whole (for example at the whole Maryland), people contact a divorce attorney all the time. It is as common as calling for a pizza delivery or a Chinese food takeout. If you feel that you have had enough, then by all means, do something about it.

A divorce attorney is just a phone call away. Or if you do not know any, he or she is just a simple Internet search away. Attorneys even provide online counseling services these days. You can totally seek advice via the World Wide Web. But of course, you will still have to hire that attorney eventually. So I believe it is better if you just go on and hire him or her and talk to him or her face to face. That arrangement sounds better, yes?

Who knows? Maybe your spouse also feels the same way. It is almost impossible to feel like your marriage is in limbo while your spouse feels nothing. Perhaps you can heed my suggestion. Perhaps after consulting with your divorce attorney, you can sit down with your spouse and discuss these important issues between the two of you. This kind of arrangement is often more effective if you bring your attorney into your conversation. That way, personal and legal issues will be discussed with utmost care and depth. I know that you are ready for this. After all, issues just keep getting larger if you keep sweeping it under the rug.

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