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Certain factors could lead to later-in-life divorce in New Jersey

Each marriage is as unique as the individuals involved, and as a result, each divorce is equally unique. However, there may be similar factors that could affect relationships that lead individuals to considering and potentially moving forward with divorce. If New Jersey residents are experiencing difficulties that may point to the end of a relationship, they may wish to prepare.

One indicator that a relationship may be declining is that individuals find themselves growing apart. This is a common issue with individuals who are older and have been married for decades. They may feel as if they do not have as much in common or that one individual was able to live his or her life more fully than the other, and as a result, one or both parties may want to move forward on his or her own in order to live a more full life. 

Boredom is also a common factor in declining relationships. This issue may go hand-in-hand with individuals who feel as if they have grown apart. Lack of common interests and being stuck in the seemingly same routine with the same individual can be disheartening for some parties. Therefore, they may wish to seek a change in relationship. 

These are only two factors that could affect a relationship and potentially lead to divorce. There are obviously many more issues that could arise and lead to the end of a marriage. If New Jersey residents feel as if certain aspects of their relationships are no longer working or allowing them to live fully, they may wish to consider their divorce options and how they may move forward.

Source: The Huffington Post, "The 5 Big Reasons Why Couples Divorce After Decades Of Marriage", Linda Melone, March 20, 2016

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