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| Sep 30, 2017 | Divorce

Sometimes, when a marriage has come to an end, not everybody realizes it. This can be incredibly frustrating when you realize there is no need to stay married any longer, but your spouse refuses to. Whether it is a form of denial, hoping to hold onto the past, or instead wishing to fix something that can no longer be fixed, many people refuse to a divorce without a long and hard fight.

The truth of the matter is, no one can force you to stay married against your will. If your spouse refuses to agree to the terms of the divorce, it is doubtful it will be resolved in a timely manner. However, with the help of a strong-minded and dedicated legal team, you can help speed up the process as much as it needs to be. If your spouse refuses to agree to a divorce, you can still go ahead with the proceedings as long as you do so lawfully. Your divorce will be considered a contested one, which means there are one or more issues in which you and your future ex-spouse do not agree. This is unpleasant, but it is not impossible to overcome–especially with our help.

Contact Our Trusted Rhode Island Divorce Lawyers Today

Regardless of the nature of your divorce, it is important you don’t face it without proper legal guidance, care, and representation. Whether are you and your spouse are lucky enough to be amicable with each other, or are instead incredibly contentious throughout this process, our Rhode Island divorce attorneys of TJC • ESQ want to advocate on your behalf until your case is resolved.


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