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Golf and Divorce

Want to play more golf?  Get divorced... or not.  If you are not playing as much golf as you want, it is likely due more to having children and personal obligations than it has to do with your spouse.  If you are married with children, most parents will enjoy visitation or parenting time with the children every other weekend.  That leaves Saturday and Sunday every other week for golf. That said, if you or your children are involved in other activities, those seldom occur on alternate weeks.  If your kids play soccer, you are generally at the soccer field every weekend (baseball's worse).  Golf is seldom a reason for a divorce.  If you believe your spouse plays too much, it may be an escape or it may be he just likes his buddies. As a fairly avid golfer, I understand the time commitments.  I commit time to my wife, coaching my children, and to playing better golf.  The balance is the key and is difficult for a great golfer to balance and for a non-golfer to appreciate.  A good friend says that his current handicap is "3 kids and a boat."    If you feel trapped in your marriage, start with a conversation.  If that is insufficient, seek help from a professional counselor.  I generally like to think that divorce is the last resort.  Sounds funny from a divorce attorney!  Yes, but if I refer someone to counseling and they are thankful for my advice, it will lead to immeasurable referrals in addition to my ability to rest  assured that I accomplished some good.   Divorce law is a difficult business.  Clients are often unhappy, whether with their spouse, the system or the fact that they feel that they have "wasted" a portion of their lives.  This unhappiness leads to disgruntled clients, regardless of how well the attorney handles the case. If you are considering a divorce, contact a local divorce attorney who you can trust.  In Northern Kentucky, call Michael Bouldin at 859-581-6453 or email at [email protected] to discuss your case. OR, play more golf with your spouse. [caption id="attachment_260" align="alignnone" width="300"]Couples Charity Golf[/caption]  

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