It is not uncommon for Kentucky residents to experience problems in their relationship. Typically, the difference between successful couples and those that end their relationships is how they handle conflict. However, there are many common conflicts that may spell the end of a marriage. Among the top reasons are both physical and emotional affairs caused in many cases by social media or other tools that allow greater connectivity.

Money may also cause issues in a relationship. For some, not having enough money can lead to stress and fights about other issues. For others, the fact that a woman may earn more than a man in a relationship can cause stress. An addiction may signal the end of a marriage because the addiction may take top priority over a spouse or children.

If a couple realizes that they aren’t compatible, it may make it harder for a marriage to last. While those in a relationship won’t always agree with their partners, they should have a common vision on larger issues like religion or how the household should function. For some couples, they may have started out in agreement on major issues only to grow apart over time.

Regardless of why parents don’t get along anymore, they may be required to share custody of their kids. This is generally true unless the child is at risk of being abused or neglected. Even if a parent does get sole custody, the other parent may be granted visitation or the ability to contact the child by phone or some other method. An attorney may be able to help a parent obtain custody or other parental rights to a child.