Are couples happier after divorce?

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asked Nov 29, 2019 in Divorce & Marriage by Robertbji (280 points)
Are couples happier after divorce?

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answered Nov 29, 2019 by Minty (132,850 points)
Getting divorced does make some couples happier and sometimes getting a divorce makes them less happy.

Some people get divorces without really thinking it through while other couples get divorced because it's the best thing.

You might get married too soon to someone and think you're compatible with each other and then later on during the marriage you find out that you made a mistake in marrying the person so you go get a divorce.

If you truly were not meant to be married to each other than getting a divorce is likely to make you happier and if not then you might be more miserable.

Some people are not even meant to get married and getting married is a huge commitment that should not be taken lightly.

In some places you can get divorced from your spouse without needing to go to court as long as the spouse signs the divorce papers without any problem.

If the spouse then refuses to sign the divorce papers then you will need to take the spouse to court to get the divorce to proceed.

Some places may actually request a formal hearing for the divorce to go through though and hear both sides and once you sign off on the divorce papers then you're divorced.

It's always best to just show up at court and get the divorce over with if the divorce is really necessary.

If you're served divorce papers and still won't sign the divorce papers then the spouse can go find a divorce lawyer and have them work to get an uncontested divorce.

Not signing the divorce papers doesn't mean you'll be together forever as married spouses because it is possible for the other spouse to go to court against you for not signing and with the divorce lawyer get the divorce finalized anyway.

Not signing the divorce papers just makes it more difficult for you because the divorce can still go through.

If the spouse was properly served with divorce papers and refuses to sign the divorce papers and you still want a divorce you can still get a divorce from your spouse even without the signature of your spouse.

You'll need to get a divorce lawyer and go through court and get an uncontested divorce if your spouse won't sign the papers.

The court can force the divorce to happen usually even if your spouse refuses to sign the papers so even if the spouse doesn't want to get divorced it can still legally be done.

Both spouses need to know about the divorce for it to happen but if you need to get divorced then get a divorce lawyer who can help you proceed with the divorce even though the spouse won't sign off on the papers.
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answered Oct 25, 2020 by Jeraldo (4,980 points)

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answered Jan 14, 2022 by Dyavion (710 points)
edited Jan 17, 2022 by Dyavion

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answered Sep 7, 2022 by KrystynaTrushyna (1,620 points)
If the couple was unhappy together or incompatible, family life was accompanied by quarrels, betrayals and scandals - then yes, after the divorce they become happier.
The moment of tension and stress disappears.
You enjoy yourself, your life, what you do, and there is no aggression and anger towards other people.

Divorce is a serious step that changes life and your usual routine.

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