First and foremost, I would like to make it clear that I don't advocate divorce nor I encourage couples with problems to seek divorce. As a Christian, I do believe in the sanctity of marriage. In fact, it was the very reason I did my best to save my first marriage. I only thought about filing for an annulment (there is no divorce law in my country of birth) when I thought my ex is already a hopeless case.
After giving yourself an ample time of careful consideration and meditation about the endless list of pros and cons of divorce, go and make that decision that will eventually change your life for good. Is your partner deserving of another chance? Do you think it is worth giving your marriage another shot for the sake of your child/children? Have you come into that ultimate decision that it is time to let go?
Arriving into a decision to end a marriage is not easy. You have to be prepared emotionally, mentally, spiritually and also financially. It is not cheap to engage a divorce lawyer. You have to find a reputable and dependable law firm for your own peace of mind. Divorce proceedings can be draining both emotionally and financially.
When I finally decided to end my first marriage, the very first thing I did is to ask His forgiveness for breaking my marital vows. I surrendered Him all my cares and worries and said to myself, it's about time for me to let go. It was the best decision I have ever made in my entire life. God is a God of second chances. He is never judgemental. If you think you deserve a better life, let go and let God.