High asset divorce may stem from feelings of contempt in Florida

Relationships often go through high points and low points. Unfortunately for some Florida residents, their low points could dip considerably and become in danger of staying there. As a result, individuals may begin to harbor negative feelings toward their spouses as a result of unresolved issues or other factors. In worst case scenarios, the feeling of contempt could signal the need for divorce. For individuals with a considerable net worth, they may be particularly concerned with high asset divorce issues.

Recent reports stated that it was believed that contempt could be the number one predictor that a marriage is heading for divorce. Though it is common for couples to face problems that may resurface at times and cause negative feelings, disgust toward a spouse could potentially lead to emotional disengagement. When one or both parties disengage and no longer feel the need to work on their issues, a relationship may not be able to recover. 

The difficulty in recovering may come due to the lack of communication. If individuals do not share their emotions and concerns, it is likely that they will continue to grow more distant. Even if one individual does put forth some effort, it is likely that the relationship will not thrive unless both parties are willing. 

Though it may be difficult to end a long-term relationship, divorce could help individuals find happiness in the future. Of course, high asset divorce may cause complications for some Florida residents, and those individuals may be concerned about how their proceedings may play out. If they would like to address these concerns, they may wish to consult with an experienced attorney who may be able to provide information on their specific needs.

Source: parentherald.com, “You Can Predict Divorce: Research Says This is the Number One Predictor“, Feb. 24, 2016

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