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Does unhappiness warrant divorce in Louisiana?

Most people hope to achieve their desired level of happiness throughout life. Though changes and challenges can cause feelings of happiness to come and go, some parties may need to remove themselves from certain situations in order to lead more fulfilling lives. In certain cases, the desire to feel more joy could cause Louisiana residents to consider divorce.

Unhappy marriages affect numerous people, and that feeling can come from constant arguments, lack of affection and other issues that may present themselves in the relationship. It is not unusual for parties in disappointing marriages to consider how their lives would be if they were single. Of course, before taking the step toward divorce, they may wish to consider what such a decision may mean for their lives.

One of the main issues to consider is whether they would truly be happier if the relationships ended. A spouse may have qualities that can offset other negative aspects of the relationship, and focusing more on those positive qualities may quell the urge to divorce. However, some relationships have substantial issues that result in both parties' unhappiness and can even prove unhealthy to continue.

If after considering the options and weighing the importance of certain life aspects individuals still choose to divorce, they will likely want to ensure that they understand what comes next. Gaining an idea of what to expect when it comes to legal proceedings may allow Louisiana residents to feel more confident as they address their needs and work toward their goals. Enlisting the help of experienced attorneys may allow concerned parties to prepare effectively.

Source: The New York Times, "11 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Divorce", Eric V. Copage, May 17, 2017

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