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Lack of affection and trust could point a couple toward divorce

That elated feeling that can come along with finding a new love is one that many people strive to find. Some Florida residents may think that they have found the perfect partners to feel that way forever, and as a result, they get married. Of course, such feelings often wane over time, and in some cases, individuals may find themselves considering divorce.

Feelings of love and displays of affection often make relationships exciting. These actions may last while dating and possibly even through the first few years of marriage. However, if the dynamic and level of affection change over the first two years of a marriage, it could signal that a couple may head toward divorce. Less affection may seem like less commitment, and some couples may find that the spark is no longer there.

Trust issues can also act as a major indicator of possibly insurmountable relationship problems. Though individuals may have felt as if their spouses were the people they could trust most, some parties may no longer feel that way over time. As a result, they could turn to others and develop greater intimacy with those other individuals. This action could mean a marital relationship may no longer be as strong as it once was.

Of course, just because a couple faces these issues, it does not necessarily mean that they are inevitably heading for divorce. However, other individuals may find that these or other problems no longer make their marital relationships worth the effort. If Florida residents are considering ending their marriages, they may want to gain information on the legal process.

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