For some couples, moving into a new home or even a different party of the country is very exciting. Couples cannot wait to begin their new lives and pursue lucrative opportunities, such as a better job or hobbies that one was previously unable to participate in. On the other hand, moving is also very challenging in a lot of ways. Moreover, this has the potential to carry over into a relationship and place strain on a marriage, ultimately resulting in a divorce for some couples.
Sometimes, these stressors are so great that they cause a marriage to fall apart. Couples sometimes fight over key issues that they cannot agree on, whether there is disagreement over their child’s education or any other aspect of life.
Stressors related to relocation
Moving is often tough from a financial point of view and there are many costs associated with moving. Moreover, some people struggle to find work after relocating and there are other sources of financial strain. Furthermore, the emotional impact of moving is very hard for some people, whether they feel overwhelmed or struggle with depression due to what they left behind. Adjusting to life in a new city is also difficult in some instances and there are many other reasons why many people experience stress during and after a move.
When a marriage crumbles
Our law firm knows that some couples are unable to work through their differences and decide that getting a divorce is necessary. However, it is vital to approach the divorce process properly and our law firm covers many other issues on this topic on our blog.