There is no singular right reason to get divorced. In fact, there are a multitude of reasons why people seek to divorce their spouses. Those reasons include but are not limited to acts of infidelity, domestic violence, feelings of being underappreciated, and simply falling out of love to name just a few.
The bottom line is that no one should feel compelled to stay in a relationship that is unfulfilling for any extended period of time. New Jersey is known as a no- fault divorce state. What this means is that the courts allows individuals to get divorced by simply asserting irreconcilable differences. Irreconcilable differences means that the parties have grown apart for whatever reason. There is no requirement under New Jersey law to set forth with specificity the reasons why you want to pursue a divorce. This allows people to divorced without having to air their dirty laundry in documents that are subject to inspection by the public.
Life is too short for someone to be trapped in a relationship that is one sided, or unfulfilling. Everyone deserves the right to be happy. Sometimes divorce provides individuals with the ability to start over and redirect their lives.
Divorce is never easy, however, you do not need to be overly concerned about what you need to say are valid reasons to obtain a divorce. An experienced divorce lawyer can answer any questions you may have about the divorce process or what constitute valid reasons for a divorce.
Call the Ocean County divorce lawyers at Villani and DeLuca, should you have any questions concerning the divorce process. The Villani and DeLuca law firm is the largest family law firm in all of Ocean County. The four divorce lawyers at the firm all offer a free initial consultation.