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arrow Do Either of Us Need An Attorney?
arrow How Do We Get Started?
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WHAT IF ONE OF US DOES NOT WANT TO GET SEPARATED OR DIVORCED?

Sometimes one spouse desires a separation or divorce more than the other spouse.  While it may not seem fair, in reality only one spouse need desire a separation or divorce in order for it to be inevitable.  While one spouse cannot control the other’s desire to separate or divorce, both spouses can encourage a fair and civil process for resolving issues.

 

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