Non-Mutual Divorce: I Do… I Don’t

Non-Mutual Divorce: I Do... I Don't

Non-Mutual Divorce: I Do… I Don’t

Huffington Post
August 16, 2012

The chances of a husband and wife sitting at the breakfast table and one says “I want a divorce” and the other says “Okay, let’s do it,” are slim to none. Usually, one person will initiate and the other will resist. The degree of resistance ranges from letting go reluctantly to fighting it all the way. The spouse debating divorce has thought about it for months or years — long before the announcement is made.

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