With respect to divorce, a midlife crisis may have an impact on this decision and a person’s experience in many ways. For example, some people may decide to end their marriage as a direct result of a midlife crisis they are going through and certain realizations or changes of heart that have arisen due to this difficult time in life. For others, divorce may bring on such a crisis. For example, someone may find themselves in this position after their spouse announced unexpectedly that they were filing for divorce.

Someone may be unsure about their future and question their decisions throughout life, and these feelings may be brought on by a spouse’s decision to call off the marriage. Others may have a sudden change of heart and wish to completely change the course of their life, including leaving their spouse. Either way, divorce can be even harder for someone who is experiencing a midlife crisis and it is crucial to try to stay focused.

If you are going through a midlife crisis, you may be facing various emotional challenges, which can include anxiety and depression. You may have a number of questions with regard to your life and you may be unsure of what to do next. Our law office understands that this period in one’s life can lead to a lot of uncertainty, which is why you may benefit from going over your divorce options carefully and gaining a better understanding of legal matters that may be related to your case, such as custody.