More Has to be Done to Support Married Couples in Light of New Findings
Even as experienced divorce lawyers dealing with couples splitting up in a world city like London it is a sad and unpleasant situation to see.
All good family law experts believe all should be done to protect marriage and it is worrying to see a survey, which shows almost one in five (18%) couples in Britain argue regularly or have considered separating.
The recent report carried out by charity relate and based on a survey of 20,980 people in relationships suggests almost 3 million people are in challenging relationships.
Our divorce solicitor at Pindoria Solicitors believes couples need to accept when they are having problems and carefully seek sound advice early on.
Unquestionably, divorce is a tough time for families and it is one of the most stressful times in an individual’s life.
According to the latest figures there were 114,720 divorces in England and Wales in 2013, but whilst this is down from the highs of the 1990s, this is mainly due to less couples marrying as they once did and instead cohabiting.
We earnestly believe divorce should be a last resort and those who split should always enlist professionals help.
Of course, if a marriage is beyond saving then couples have to part but everyone involved should do as much as they can to make the parting as painless as possible.
At Pindoria Solicitors, like all family law experts, we have witnessed difficult situations, which have been exhausting for the parting couple. Such situations can often be avoided with help from experts who have dealt with struggling couples many times before.
We ask that those involved in any situation of marriage difficulty, please take a deep breath and look for help and if you feel our advice will benefit, then please do get in touch. We are happy to help.
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