Starting over when you should be looking to be solid in your career, home life, and future retirement plans can be devastating. When you are in your 30s and married, you might believe that your only concerns are dealing with the house, bills, possibly raising children and saving for retirement. Even still we see an increasing divorce rate among 30 year old couples and even older. Love must be strong in the air for couples in their 20s. I can only assume that as you approach 30 or older, more time is devoted on being happy. Something about being over 30 makes some people look closer at their relationship and happiness level. Realizing that they may have married too quickly or for reasons other than they should have married, 30 somethings might make a change. In the 30 something crowd, most have a career well on its way, stable in their finances or at least knowing how to make ends meet gets more routine, and NOW happiness measurements or self worth exercises are something time can be devoted to more easily. If you are in this type of relationship and know that you are better separate than together, we can help. When all has been exhausted or it does not rise to the level that you feel you should be experiencing, call us at (205) 623-1001. We have a staff of attorneys who can answer all your questions. We deal with divorces at all age ranges and all types of coupling. We know that not all marriages are meant to be forever and it is not uncommon for you to hear that we are making the world a better place one divorce at a time. All kidding aside, marriage is a serious endeavor and if that partnership is not one that should last, in your 30s is the time to make a change. There is still ample time to rebuild after divorce. Save for retirement, find a co-parenting schedule that allows for quality time with your kids, and keep your career on track.