Divorce Readiness Questionnaire

Divorce Readiness Questionnaire

Divorce Readiness Questionnaire *

Here are 10 Simple, True-or-False questions to ask if you are considering divorce (a follow-up to my previous blog, “Should I get divorced?“):

    1. True or False.  In the six months, my spouse has changed their exercise, dress and grooming regime to look younger or fitter.


    1. True or False.  I have not had sex with my spouse in over one month.


    1. True or False.  I suspect that my spouse is cheating.


    1. True or False.  I can’t remember the last time it was “GOOD.”


    1. True or False.  I can’t remember why I married my spouse in the first place.


    1. True or False.  I don’t have access to the marital accounts, or the access that I have is very limited.


    1. True or False.  I am currently involved in a romantic relationship with someone other than my spouse.


    1. True or False. My spouse has been diagnosed with a mental disorder/disease and fails to seek counseling or medical treatment.


    1. True or False. My spouse has an addiction to drugs, alcohol, porn, shopping that is ruining our family, but fails to seek treatment to address the addiction.


  1. True or False. We fight more than we laugh.

1-2 Questions TRUE= you are probably in need of some marital counseling or just a good old-fashioned date night with a heart to heart with your spouse.

2-5 Questions TRUE= Is this salvageable? Does your desire to make it work outweigh your exhaustion at trying to make it work?  If so, then counseling plus a consult with a lawyer to know your rights is advisable.

Over 5 Questions TRUE= Contact me.


Natalie Gregg
The Law Office of Natalie Gregg
(972) 829 – 3923

RELATED BLOG: Should I get divorced?

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About Natalie Gregg

Natalie Gregg has dedicated her career to the practice of family law. Rated among the top 2.5% of practicing attorneys as a “Rising Star” in Texas Super Lawyers in 2012, 2013 and 2014, she has also been recognized by Huffington Post Divorce and Avvo. She is an experienced litigator who combines a great sense of compassion with a dedication to delivering results for her clients. Her collaborative approach also saves clients a significant amount time and money while producing superior results for their entire family — especially for the children.
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