If you are planning to get remarried after a divorce, you already in a statistically higher probability for divorce than you were before. In fact, second and third marriages end in divorce more often than first marriages do. Despite the fact that couples say that they are not going to repeat their previous mistakes from past relationships, there is a 60% to 67% probability that a second marriage will fail. When it comes to third marriages, there is a 70-73% probability for divorce. There are some common reasons that second and third relationships aren’t normally successful. For one, you may find yourself eager for another divorce if you are blind to the role you played in a previous break-up.
As well, if you are stick in your comfort zone and will not put yourself out there for a spouse, this may also be an aspect which will create a second or third divorce. As well, if you fall in love too fast after a relationship has ended, you may find that the marriage was not all you thought it was going to be once the honeymoon phase is over. This may facilitate an unforeseen divorce. You may also fear living alone, and try to strike up a relationship and eventual marriage in hopes that you will not have to live by yourself. If you and your new partner are not compatible, then it is not worth the heartbreak and hassle to force a relationship. Some ex-spouses also enter into failed marriages because they decide that they are going to take up with another lover immediately after divorce as a form of revenge. If you need more information about these second and third divorces then you can talk to an attorney at Claery & Green today for more information!