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Sunshine Coast Lawyers have specialists in Criminal Defence, Divorce law, Family Matters, Mediation, personal Injury and malpractice. Based on the Sunshine Coast with offices in Caloundra and Maroochydore, we also provide legal advice online.

 
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Caloundra and Maroochydore Law Firm

Our Caloundra and Maroochydore based lawyers are sensitive to the unique challenges our clients face.

Sunshine Coast Lawyers are licensed in Queensland. In addition, through our statewide network of affiliated Lawyers and law firms we represent individuals and families throughout Queensland in serious injury and wrongful death cases.

 

 

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What to do in Case of Infidelity?

Infidelity in a relationship is a devastating experience that often leads to separation of partners or spouses. Few relations survive infidelity and Divorce Lawyers are often contacted for advice and help on separation. No relation can have a stable and happy continuation unless both partners are committed and accepting of each other’s shortcomings. Understanding the reasons for infidelity and recognizing the early symptoms can help both you and your partner to resolve issues before the situation becomes unbearable.

Reasons for Infidelity

Lack of communication between partners is a prime reason for infidelity. There should be an emotional and spiritual bond between partners for a marriage to succeed. Infidelity can creep in where one partner spends most of his/her time with co-workers, friends or outsiders without making any effort to connect to the spouse. Boredom, a feeling of negligence and an urge to retaliate can easily push the ignored partner to look for ‘friends’ outside the marriage or relation.

Mediation is important if both parties want to fix the issues.


Coping up after Separation

Try to excel in your current profession. Take an oath to beat everybody around you through hard work. Do everything required for that.

Choose somebody jovial, sensitive and transparent. There are so many topics to talk about. Read the newspaper thoroughly and write to the editor about your opinion. Take plenty of rest and go for a long morning walk.

Go to a Yoga class and practice seriously. You will soon feel the difference. Your health will improve, so will your ability to concentrate and strength to shake off negative thoughts.

Get up early in the morning, go to a nearby park, take a deep breath and say that this world is a beautiful place. You should be grateful to the Almighty for not being a victim to a tsunami, for not having a heart ailment requiring a quadruple pass surgery, for not having to rear up a handicapped child and for being an Australian. This divorce is an opportunity to start afresh, to shape your future better.