Nelson Law Roundup: 9 Useful blog posts about Having a Successful Marriage
You would think that because we are divorce attorneys, we are more concerned with helping people get divorced rather than promoting a successful marriage. But that is not true. While not every relationship can or should be saved, we believe that marriage is absolutely worth fighting for. And it is a wonderful feeling when you get to hear stories of love and devotion.
If we can help by sharing valuable tips we have learned over the years as well as advice from couples who gracefully navigate the ups and downs of their relationship and are still very much in love with each other, then we are all for it.
We are proud to say our library of blog posts on this topic and more is not only as comprehensive as it gets but also breaks all the conversations down into bite-sized pieces everyone can understand. Below are 9 blog posts about having a successful marriage.
Forgiveness is the act of intentionally and voluntarily ceasing to feel resentment against someone or something. Those who find it in themselves to forgive will experience a noticeable change in everything from their feelings and attitude toward the person who hurt them to their outlook on the future of their marriage.
A marriage license is a legal document issued by a state authority that authorizes a couple to marry. It is required that you have this important piece of paper before participating in a ceremonial marriage, and the state in which a couple gets married holds the marriage record. That said, the “union” is recognized across the country.
My career as a family lawyer has afforded me the unique opportunity to evaluate relationships between people from most ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds. This experience has led me to 10 inescapable actions that we must take if we are going to create a strong and successful marriage.
It is perfectly acceptable to show remorse. However, genuine actions that spark real change speak louder than words. Instead of putting on the proverbial full-court press, improve yourself and the marriage with genuine intentions. The focus needs to be on yourself, not your spouse.
We believe marriage is worth fighting for. Reconciling with your spouse is possible, even if you have signed the divorce papers. But before you give your marriage another try, make sure you are both on the same page.
In writing this blog post, we are not trying to suggest that every relationship can or should be saved. But we do believe that marriage is worth fighting for. And there are plenty of reasons why you do not want a divorce.
As a family lawyer, the spousal arguments I see truly run the gamut, and most people feel the answer to some of the most egregious ones is divorce. But it does not have to be that way. Not all arguments need to end in divorce.
Most people tend to go for the ceremonial option with a priest in a church with groomsmen and bridesmaids, but there are plenty of couples who are in long-term relationships and ultimately choose the common-law marriage route. What does that mean, exactly? This blog post will explain.
If you are considering getting married, remember that marriage is not only a sacred institution – it is a legal contract. When you utter those wonderful vows, the law automatically calls for additional rights and obligations for both spouses. Let us discuss the obligations that arise from both the marriage relationship and the parent-child relationship.
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