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Advice on how to stop a divorce

However much a marriage is blissful, it still needs constant attention and refinement. Sometimes there are plenty of things that prompt you because of rising anger, anxiety, depression and dissatisfaction from marriage. These should be resolved before they shape into a divorce. India is now seeing an astonishing increase in divorce rate. Younger generations seem less contended and are opting for divorce in haste. So question is how can a divorce be stopped?

Many a times it is a single-sided decision to opt for a divorce, without you seeing the previews of coming troubles. You should try to understand the consequences while dealing with the thought of divorce. Here are some tips on how to stop a divorce.

         Root cause of divorce

It may happen that couples are so frustrated with their changed lifestyle that they think of divorce as the permanent solution for their marital problems. However, it is essential to pin down the root cause of the decision of divorce because sooner or later they realize divorce is not a solution but is indeed a bigger problem. But even if the root cause is elemental, it doesnít mean that a divorce cannot be stopped. Jolt down your faults and not of your spouse, to analyze where you are wrong and how you can fix it. Lip service wonít help in stopping the divorce. It will only aggravate it since it shows insincerity towards otherís feelings.

         Your reaction to a divorce call

Listening with patience is the key to stop a divorce. If your partner informs you of his/her intentions of divorce, then try to avoid agitation as this will further cement his/her grounds for a divorce. However, listening to his/her reasons will make him/her reconsideration such a thought. Begging to stop a divorce or denying the reasons out rightly will bring upon more determined reaction. It is important to pay attention as to why the thought of divorce has come to your spouseís mind.

         Counselor may help

Counselor can give a direction to your communication and help you find focus. Many a times, when fighting for divorce, all that couples seem to establish is each otherís blame and complains. Counselor will guide you through maintaining decorum of communicating only rational thoughts having meaning and are not just petty issues.

         Role of in-laws

Study shows that mother-in-laws are major cause of divorce in India. Men in India are often close to their mothers and expect their wife to manage and behave as per his motherís expectations. This disrupts the bonding between husband and wife and soon anger splits open the cracks in patience. Couples should deal with opinions of family and shouldnít take decisions based on in-laws and societal expectations.

Whatsoever may be the reason, from adultery to simply dissatisfaction, you can stop a divorce if your reasons and feelings change at pre-divorce stages or during divorce proceedings. It may happen that you had carefully thought of reasons for divorce but it isnít necessary that they prevail during the time you are preparing for divorce. When reasons starts to fade and alter your feelings, donít hesitate to stop a divorce.



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