I don’t actually see dead people as much as I see “dying” relationships. Yes, I am a divorce attorney.
Everyday I see these dying relationships in various places. Of course, at the office. Those persons scheduled an appointment, but I also see “dead” people at church, the grocery store and on the sidelines at ball games.
Family struggles do not discriminate based on race, religion, or financial status. Also, putting on the happy faces and public displays does nothing to address the underlying issues. Those take real work.
Interestingly, a divorce attorney may can help. While sounding counter-intuitive, an experienced Family Law attorney can not only advise you of your rights and answer your questions, but can also advise you on ways to salvage a relationship, even from the brink of “death.” Options of individual counseling, couples therapy or in some instances a good dose of reality can work to jolt attitudes and one’s willingness to try.
Being one of the “walking dead” does not doom you or your marriage so long as you recognize and work to resuscitate that relationship.
Matthew Thompson is a Divorce attorney in Mississippi and if your relationship is in need of 911 he may be the right Juris Doctor for your ailments.
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I may can help save your marriage. I know it sounds inconsistent, but my job is to know the law regarding divorce in my state, advise you with regards to your best interests, protect your interests as I am able and to comply with your requests as much as possible within the realms of legal, moral and ethical authority.
Fixing a Marriage does not come in a manual. There are no quick fixes, nor a consistent 3-step process, but there are some things in common that relationships that can be salvaged exhibit.
1) Both parties Desire or are open to Reconciliation.If one party ain’t having it, it ain’t happening.
2) Both parties Try.One party giving all the effort and the other being the limp-fish won’t get you back together.
3) Both parties accept the Risk.Falling in love, falling on your face, falling out of love. Risk is inherent in all relationships.
4) It takes time.This is not a fast process. The “end” was usually a long time coming, a build up of disappointment, or lies, misconduct or growing apart. It took time to fail. It takes time to heal.
Saving a marriage is possible, but hard. It takes the “want to,” the “effort,” the “risk” and “time.” You still may fail, but you then know you did everything you could.