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5 signs that it's time for a divorce

There are many instances when people may question why they got married. In most cases, those problems subside, or individuals are able to get counseling and work through their problems.

In some cases, though, a divorce is the best option. If you find yourself dealing with any of these five signs, it may be time to get in touch with your attorney and discuss what you need to do to file for divorce.

1. Trouble with addiction

One sign that your marriage may be over is if you've been trying to get your partner help for addiction but they refuse. If it's influencing your life negatively and they refuse help, you may not want to continue to argue or plead; A divorce might be a better choice.

2. Your partner has an affair

Some people don't mind when their spouses shack up with someone else, but if you do, this is a significant problem. If they don't want to be with you, then it's time to let them go.

3. Abuse is a problem in your relationship

If your spouse abuses you or your children, psychologically or physically, it's time to reassess your situation and walk away.

4. You have no financial support or freedom

Whether it's a spouse who won't work or one who is extremely controlling with money, this is an unhealthy situation for anyone to remain in.

5. You don't want to stay

Once you're no longer committed, your relationship is over. At that point, reaching out to your attorney is the right choice.

These are five things that are red flags in your relationship. It may be time for divorce if they're affecting you.

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