Our expert says:
Courts ought to look suspiciously at someone claiming irreconcilable differences who has failed to sincerely try counselling to see if the differences can indeed be reconciled. He can have no good reason for refusing marriage counselling, except that he seems to have made up his mind that the marriage should end, and is actually scared that counselling would help. DO see a counsellor ( via FAMSA, for instance ) or a shrink for yourself, to enhance your strangths and ability to cope, and see what more can be done to sort this out
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