The reason for this appears to be that people in troubled marriages take stock of the relationship and use Valentine's Day as a day to make a break if they feel things are irreparable. The same people that made New Year's Resolutions to finally file for divorce often delay the act of filing for divorce until Valentine's Day where one last ditch effort to salvage the marriage falls short.
In addition to divorces on Valentine's Day, People that get married on Valetine's Day tend to find divorce occurring sooner than parties that get married on other days. Researchers have looked into this phenomenon and have concluded the main reasons for this are that people that married on 2/14 are more likely to already have kids in tow and are more likely to have been married before as well.
If you are considering filing for divorce this week, the most basic advice that the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC can provide is to talk with more than just one lawyer's office. The reason being is that your divorce is not a contract dispute or a personal injury claim. It is a deeply personal situation that relates to your family, your children and your money. Trusting the person that will be representing you is incredibly important and is not something you can arrive at without really considering your options.
The attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC are ready and well equipped to represent you if this Valentine's Day is a day of decision making when it comes to your marriage. Please contact our office today to learn more about how we can help you resolve your divorce in an efficient, and relatively painless manner.
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Our divorce lawyers in Spring TX are skilled at listening to your goals during this trying process and developing a strategy to meet those goals. Contact Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC by calling (281) 810-9760 or submit your contact information in our online form. The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC handles Divorce cases in Spring, Texas, Cypress, Spring, Klein, Humble, Kingwood, Tomball, The Woodlands, the FM 1960 area, or surrounding areas, including Harris County, Montgomery County, Liberty County, Chambers County, Galveston County, Brazoria County, Fort Bend County and Waller County.