I've been married for 20yrs this May. For the past 7yrs I've questioned our future together. We have totally different perspectives on how to raise our children, how to manage our finances and what we expect out of the future. I have reached the conclusion that our marriage needs to be disovled. My problem, I don't what to do next. Is it a lawyer, a counselor? Do I just move out of the house and find a place my salary can afford? I'm sure I can't walk away from my responsiblities of owning a home but I could not afford to rent an apt & pay 1/2 of the mortgage. What are the first steps once the decision is made? Please help.
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