Massachusetts Spouse Suffering from Addiction? Should You Divorce Them Or Support Them?

| Jan 6, 2020 | Divorce |

Addiction can take over a person’s ability to function as an active part of a Massachusetts marriage. It can turn the person you love into someone you no longer recognize. It becomes exponentially worse if they refuse to seek treatment and their addiction spirals, especially for a prolonged period. Their behavior can quickly become out of control and can put a heavy strain on you and your family.

Many couples in which one is spouse dealing with addiction come to a crossroads and if the relationship reaches a breaking point, the topic of divorce often comes up. Suddenly, wedding vows and the future a couple had planned together are clouded by the behaviors and troubles addiction tends to bring into people’s lives.

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