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Having a successful marriage takes the unconditional commitment of both husband and wife. Each spouse must be willing, at times, to delay what they want for the benefit of the other. Each spouse must be willing, at times, to take on additional responsibility for the benefit of the other. It is a full-time job, without vacations, holidays, or sick days. It is a commitment to be together until death do you part.
You thought you found the person you would spend the rest of your life with and accepted this responsibility and commitment. However, you now find yourself in a situation where you are no longer willing or able to make the marriage a success. Deciding to end a marriage is a very emotional time. Every situation is different, and must be approached differently. Fairness in dividing assets is important; however, the emotional cost of arguing over the toaster is much more taxing than simply going out and buying another. During this challenging time, you need an attorney who will listen, counsel you, and try to make this transition easier.
If you are considering a divorce, or you have been served with a petition for divorce, contact Edward A. Jendrzey, Attorney at Law, for a free, initial consultation.