What If My Spouse Does Not Want a Divorce?
The next step is to talk to your soon-to-be ex about the divorce. There is no easy way to tell the other spouse that you are no longer interested in making the marriage work. It becomes more difficult if he or she does not want the divorce. Make the other person understand why you have come up to a decision to end the marriage. As much as possible, do not use words that can provoke him or her to react in a violent or unwanted manner. Even if the other party is at fault, you need to keep your composure to avoid big fights and arguments. At the same time, do not allow him or her to sway you away from your decision.
When it comes to telling your husband or wife about the divorce, take into consideration the time and place. Learn how to choose the perfect timing on when you are going to break the news to him or her. Remember to keep the children or other persons out of the conversation with the other spouse. Your kids can become highly emotional especially if the other party cannot handle well the separation. If your spouse is still reluctant to your wish of getting a divorce, then you can talk again to your lawyer who can give you a sound advice on what you can do about it.
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