The Effects Of Divorce On The Family

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The Effects of Divorce on the Family A divorce is defined as “a judicial declaration dissolving a marriage in whole or part, especially on that releases the marriage partners from all matrimonial obligations” as stated by In current society divorces has been a well-known phenomenon and is quite common t everyone. Couples are getting divorced die to many reasons. Some of them are, but not limited to other love affairs, loss of romantic feelings, infidelity, getting married to young or even conflicts in the home between the two spouses. It is a heavy concept that impacts child(ren) and family one way or the other, both advantageous and negatively. How far will these effects go? At the stages of a young child in the household, divorces may not seem as a good idea as thought about by both spouses, on the other hand good decisions should be made such as taking marriage counseling, sitting and solving problems before considering a divorce. Even in such cases, a divorce was barred in cases such as the suing spouse’s procurement or connivance (contributing to the fault, such as by arranging for adultery), condonation (forgiving the fault either explicitly or by continuing to cohabit after knowing of it), or recriminitation (the suing spouse also being guilty). By the 1960s, however the use of collusive or deceptive practices to bypass the fault system had become a widespread concern, if not actually a widespread practice, and there was widespread agreement that something had to change. 4% of the cases were filed by women, and in 1988, 65% were also filed. The post divorce standard of living for men increased by 42%. The National Centre for Health Statistics reports that “from 1976 to ... ... middle of paper ... ... leading cause of divorces, in certain instances too ie, step children being tough to handle by step mothers/fathers and divorces can take place due to stress. But before thinking of having a divorce both spouses should think about the outcomes. Children should be the first priority to consider when making these decisions. They may end up in these cases innocently. Being divorced may bring along happiness and freedom, but also sadness and distress. Many children suffer greatly by these impacts. Counseling should be frequent activity taken up by married couples to solve marital situations in order to have a healthy and successful marriage. Not only counseling but in fact if one is not fit to get married then do not get fascinated by it. Divorces may be the easy way out, but can be the first step to a horrible tragedy to both children and parents.
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