Using A Quit Claim Deed In A Divorce
Are you facing a situation in which your wife wants a divorce but you don't? If this is the case, it is important for you to know what steps you can take in order to try and salvage your marriage. First of all, I want you to know that it is completely possible! Please allow me to share with you some basic tips and pointers to use in an effort to bring your wife back to the table and work towards the possibility of reconciliation.
Perhaps the most important step you can take in an effort to counter the situation in which your wife wants a divorce (but you don't) is to accept responsibility for the mistakes that you have made in the marriage. The reality is that in any marriage which has conflict, there is blame for the situation that can be placed on both sides. Therefore, you need to take significant and obvious actions to demonstrate to your wife that you truly are sorry for the mistakes that you have made that have contributed to your marriage problems.
Along these same lines, when it comes to your wife wanting a divorce and you not, you will want to be sure that you are honest and up front with your spouse. In regard to trying to persuade your wife not to pursue a divorce, you really do need to make her feel that you are being honest across the board and on all levels.
In dealing with a difficult situation like this, you may also want to consider obtaining professional assistance. For example, you may be interested in visiting with a marriage counselor. Ideally, your wife would attend such a session with you. However, even if she declines to do, it can be beneficial to you to visit with a marriage counselor regardless.
Another option is to see an online marriage counselor. While you need to be careful of scams, there are some sites that offer professional online marriage counseling services.
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