The unfortunate fact is that it takes two people to make a marriage work and only one of the parties to decide a divorce is going to happen. As the old adage goes, it takes "two to make it, one to break it." If you do not want to divorce, but you are concerned that you may make decisions that could be harmful to your interests or that could jeopardize your interests as a parent, you may benefit from legal advice from an attorney who will shoot you straight on your situation without trying to pressure you to file for divorce just to pad their bottom line. If you need an attorney to shoot you straight on your situation, please call the Law Office of Joshua S. Reed for a consult. Mr. Reed has counseled many people in this exact position and is able to advise you on how to best protect your rights, even if you are still working on your marriage. As a Christian, and a married father of two, Mr. Reed is happy to see couples reconcile when possible. As an Attorney, though, we are well aware of the serious consequences to you and your children that can result if you attempt to simply ignore divorce proceedings. In short, Mr. Reed has the experience and compassion necessary to protect your rights while refusing to escalate a heated situation. If you have assets or children, you have far more to risk by not consulting with an Attorney, even if you are working to avoid a divorce.