Making the decision to end a marriage can be particularly hard and there are countless factors that may have to be taken into consideration, such as various ways in which life will change, the financial consequences of divorce and the potential benefits of ending a marriage that is unhealthy. Sometimes, people change their minds with respect to their decision to file for a divorce. There is nothing wrong with having a change of heart, but it is important to make sure that there are not any negative influences (such as a controlling or abusive partner, meddling family members, etc.) who convince you to make a decision that is not in your best interests.
Some parents may decide not to divorce because they are overwhelmed about certain family law issues or the divorce process in general. However, these worries may be alleviated by reviewing the ins and outs of family law and developing a clear understanding of any areas of concern. For example, someone who has a better idea of how custody may be split up could have an easier time accepting the inevitable changes that will arise following the divorce process.
There are many different reasons why one’s outlook on divorce in general or a particular divorce issue may change. Regardless of the direction you decide to take, it is pivotal to remain focused on your interests and, if you have children, their best interests as well. Our divorce webpage goes over other legal considerations involving family law that you may want to review.