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Inability to fight fair may lead to divorce in Utah

Many people want their relationships built on solid foundations of love, trust and communication. Of course, over time, these foundations may begin to crumble, and individuals may wonder whether any true communication is happening and whether love still exists in the marriage. As a result, it is not unusual for parties in this type of situation to consider divorce.

One issue that could lead Utah couples to thinking of ending their marriages relates to how they handle arguments. Though it is not unusual for couples to argue and fight about certain issues, if they do not try to listen to each other's views of the situation or insist on casting blame on the other regardless of the circumstances, it is unlikely that resolutions will be found. This type of scenario could lead to a build up of issues that seem insurmountable.

When issues go improperly addressed, individuals can begin to feel tension and resentment toward a spouse. Even if they are not fighting over a particular issue, those feelings may still be present and lead to constant feelings of imbalance in the relationship. If one or both parties often resorts to shaming, name calling or blame, it may be an indicator that the relationship is at risk.

If this type of problem does lead Utah residents to divorce, they may want to prepare themselves for a challenging legal process. If parties are unable to resolve issues while married, there is a considerable chance that conflict will remain present during the marriage dissolution process. Fortunately, individuals can explore their options and determine the methods that they feel may best suit the circumstances of their divorces.

Source: popsugar.com, "The 7 Main Causes of Divorce", Jen Glantz, Feb. 27, 2018

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