When couples get married, they often do so because they believe they will always be friends and able to confide in one another. Unfortunately, the dynamics of a relationship can change over time. Trust can become suspicion and love can turn to acrimony. It is not uncommon for someone to become dependent upon a spouse for emotional support and when the relationship is torn, it is very easy for that person to feel alone.
If the relationship continues to fray beyond the point of repair, it may be that divorce is the best possible step to take. While a divorce will likely yield long-term benefits, going through the process can further create a sense of isolation. This can be especially true if other family members, such as children, become angry at the prospect of the family splitting.
It is all too easy to feel like no one understands what you are going through. You know you have to put on a brave face and move on, but inside you feel hurt by the past and uncertain about the future.
You don't have to take on the whole ordeal alone. At Front Range Law, our focus is every bit as much on your well-being as it is on helping you with the legal aspects of your divorce. As such, we can help you work through your issues with the assistance of therapists and other mental health professionals.
You can read about our services on this website and contact us if you wish to discuss your needs. A divorce is not just drama and paperwork. It is an emotional process that you will go through on your way to a new and hopefully better life.