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Older New York residents may contemplate divorce

Many New York residents may look to couples who have been married for decades and think that those marriages will last forever. However, even older individuals may decide to end their marriages though they have been together for an extended period of time. There are various factors that could contribute to the decision to divorce, and anyone could be affected.

One of the most common factors that could impact a long-term marriage is simply growing apart. Individuals may find over the years that they begin to have less in common and may, in fact, begin to feel as if their spouses are holding them back. As a result, they may no longer feel the need to put effort into their marriage, and the relationship may come to an end.

If there is a considerable age difference between the spouses, that may also cause an issue down the line. At the beginning of the relationship, the difference may not be a problem, but as the individuals age, they may go through different phases of life at different times. As a result, the differences may cause rifts that cause the relationship to decline.

Dissatisfaction in a marriage could easily lead to individuals wanting to make a change. In many cases, divorce may be the big change that they feel could set their lives back on the right track. If New York residents feel as if they are in a relationship that may be headed toward divorce, they may wish to find out more information on the process and what steps they may be able to take to prepare.  

Source: The Huffington Post, "The 5 Big Reasons Why Couples Divorce After Decades Of Marriage", Linda Melone, March 20, 2016

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