There are certain mistakes that people make during their divorce processes again and again. Of course, if you've been through a divorce in the past, there's less of a chance that you'll make these mistakes. The problem is that most people going through a divorce have never experienced it before so they're prone to committing some errors.
When parents in Georgia go through a divorce, they must negotiate child custody and visitation. If they are unable to reach an agreement, the next step might be going to court. The standard used by a judge to make a decision about child custody is the best interests of the child.
When people in Georgia marry spouses who are significantly more or less attractive than they are, the marriage might be more likely to end in divorce. An article in "Psychology Today" reported that several studies have found that a roughly similar level of attractiveness between couples increases the likelihood that the marriage will last.
Everyone has their own reasons to get a divorce. In some cases, you might not even have a clear reason at all. Perhaps you simply want to be a single person because you feel you were happier before you got married. Whatever your personal reasons are -- or whatever your spouse's personal reasons are -- chances are that one or several of the following reasons played a role in your marital breakdown: