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Do financial concerns mean divorce is off the table?

| Jul 24, 2020 | Uncategorized |

Not being financially secure can often make individuals in Ohio and elsewhere feel stuck. They may think they need to stay in a dead-end job so they can keep the meager income that they make, and they may also feel as if they cannot make other life changes due to the expenses that would come along with them. For instance, some parties may feel trapped in a loveless and unhappy marriage because they fear they cannot afford divorce.

Of course, some people may simply assume that they cannot afford the process when they may actually have more options than they realize. As a result, it is important that concerned parties do some research and assess their available avenues before completely discounting their ability to leave an unhappy relationship. They may find that they can access some free or low-cost resources that allow them to obtain information that can get them on the right track.

Additionally, individuals may be able to obtain financial help from willing friends and family. Being independent is often a point of pride for many people, but in some cases, it is important to put away the pride and ask for help. It may be surprising to some that so many loved ones would be willing and able to help them financially.

Divorce is certainly a drastic change and being hesitant to get the ball rolling on something so substantial is understandable. However, even if Ohio residents are hesitant, they may not want to consider their financial affairs a reason to stay in a dissatisfying or even dangerous relationship. Gaining information from local legal resources could help interested parties better understand their available options.