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Steps You Should Take Before Going for a Divorce

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Every relationship has its good and bad times. A marriage is supposed to be forever. But, sometimes, the love just isn’t there forever. Some families find it impossible to bring that love back and be the happy family they once were. In these instances, a divorce may be the result. However, before pursuing a divorce, there are a few things that you should do. After all, you want the marriage to work out as much as your partner does. Who knows, if you work together, maybe you can make that happen. Here’ are the steps you should take:

Step #1: Have A Heart To Heart Conversation with Your Partner: Although you may feel like it’s blatantly obvious that your relationship is moving quickly upon a bitter end, your partner may not feel that way. That being said makes sure that both parties are aware that there are drastic changes that need to be made in the relationship. Sit down with your partner and discuss your feelings. Explain what is bothering you and that you are open to working on the things that are bothering your partner. After the conversation, do everything you can to keep your word, as you will most likely be making promises during this conversation that you don’t want to break.

Step #2: Seek Marriage Counseling: If you’ve had a conversation like this and very little or nothing has changed, marriage counseling may be a viable option. Look for counselors in your area that specialize in keeping marriages together by making changes that both parties will be fond of. Bring the counseling option up to your partner and explain to him or her that it is important. If they refuse to go, tell them that they must, or you will be seeking the assistance of a Bridgeland divorce lawyer.

Step #3: Take The Counseling Seriously: You’ve decided that counseling was a viable option and even went to your first session. Now, it’s time to put the plans given to you in action. You will be given things that you should do when you are angry or upset with your partner and they will be too. Both parties should follow these instructions very thoroughly. After all, doing so may just be what saves your marriage. So, do everything you can to follow all the steps that your marriage counselor gives you.

Step #4: Find A Good Divorce Lawyer: Divorce is a legal matter. Therefore, you are going to want to find a lawyer to help you through the process if all else fails. Finding a divorce lawyer is pretty simple, just go to your favorite search engine and type, “Bridgeland divorce lawyer” into the search bar. Replace Bridgeland with your city. So, if you’re in Hunters Creek Village, use the keyword, “Hunters Creek Village divorce lawyer”. When you’ve completed your search you will be able to find several divorce attorneys in your area. Read reviews to make sure that the lawyer you end up with is good.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Michael Busby Jr. is a Divorce, Family Law, & Houston Divorce Lawyer,  who practices in Harris County Texas and the counties that surround Harris County, Texas. He has been in practice for over 14 years and has tried over 300 cases.  He is familiar with the policy and procedures of the Harris County Texas Divorce Courts.   Our office is open until 8:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for working folks.

Michael Busby Jr.

2909 Hillcroft Suite 350

Houston, Texas 77057

(713) 974-1151

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