Due to the fact that a California Divorce can be a difficult process, those contemplating divorce are often hesitant to act or refuse to acknowledge that they are in a bad relationship. This leads to unhappiness and creates a tense atmosphere for those struggling with the idea of going on. One of the most common reasons why couples choose to stay in an unhealthy or unfulfilling marriage is because a California divorce can be a difficult process. Rather than take action, people often seek out ways to avoid divorce or invent reasons to justify remaining married.
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Getting out of a bad marriage can be the biggest challenge you will ever face in your life but, if you truly feel your marriage is over and that you have done all you could to save the relationship, it is better to move on. Remember, a bad marriage can be worse than no marriage.
When you stay in an unfulfilling, unhappy, abusive, or bad marriage, your children come to believe that relationships in general are experiences filled with pain and suffering. Children learn by experience and observation is a primary experience we all recognize. If you are not happy, your spouse is not happy and, in turn, your children are not happy. Staying in a bad marriage will most likely cause you children to not only to rebel against being in a relationship but will cause them to lose confident in the idea of being married.
Money is not the only financially related perk of a California marriage, you also have medical insurance coverage which can be costly for a single person. Many people feel they have to stay in a bad marriage to keep their health coverage. It used to be that couples could agree as part of their divorce settlement for a spouse to continue to be covered by the other spouse’s employer’s health insurance plan. This is no longer the case. However, with the recent passage of new medical guidelines for health care providers, single parents in California are finding coverage at affordable rates.
Exchanging vows of being together forever is a wonderful ideal and it is equally wonderful that most people take this commitment seriously. However, things change and relationships that once seemed to be based on a solid commitment become unmanageable experiences. Remember, that any vow is only as good as the capabilities of the one making the vow. Those who believe that they must remain in a bad marriage because of a vow, while sacrificing their health and sanity, will find little satisfaction in the idea of keeping that vow.
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