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Is the Marriage Savable?

Is My Marriage Worth Saving?

If you are going through a divorce in Colorado, have contemplated a divorce, or have been asked for a divorce, you may have asked yourself this question: Is my marriage worth saving?

In addition to asking if your marriage is worth saving, there is probably a flood of other questions swirling around in your head. Whether you are male or female, young or old, with children or without, or rich or financially strapped, divorce brings about so many questions like these:

  • What went wrong?
  • What happened to “till death do us part”?
  • What will become of my family and me?
  • How will I support myself?
  • Who will live in our home?
  • What do I tell my children?
  • Is custody of my children assured if my spouse is not a fit parent?

Saving Your Marriage

Before you start asking yourself what will life be like during and after the divorce, ask yourself if your marriage is worth saving. If your spouse was unfaithful, or if your spouse claims to no longer love you, you probably feel the marriage is over. Once a cheater always a cheater, right? However, you’d be surprised at how many marriages have survived infidelity and how many times people who have expressed a lack of love for a spouse are really just battling outside stressors that are clouding their emotions and affecting their behavior.

Marriage counseling has been a successful option for millions of struggling marriages, and it just may help yours, too. If you’re active in your church, you may want to speak to fellow congregants and your pastor or priest to see what type of marriage counseling or guidance is offered in your religious community. Speak to friends who have been through a separation, divorce or who have simply contemplated leaving a spouse. They may be able to offer insight that will help you decide if your marriage is savable.

Divorce is one of the most stressful experiences many adults will endure in a lifetime, and with divorce often comes anxiety, sadness, anger, fear of the unknown, remorse, regret and sometimes downright panic. If you are in the midst of ending a marriage and don’t know what to do or where to turn, the legal team at the Harris Law Firm in Denver, Colorado stands ready to answer all of your questions. We work tirelessly to get you the financial support you need and deserve to start a new life.

If you need to speak to an experienced, compassionate and affordable divorce lawyer in Denver, please contact the Harris Law Firm today to request an initial consultation.

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If you are in need of a compassionate, skilled, and experienced Colorado family law attorney, The Harris Law Firm can help. If you have a legal question about a domestic relations issue, including divorce and the allocation of parental rights, please complete our contact form below. A member of our legal team will be in touch with you soon to arrange a private consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. Together we can find a resolution.
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