By Robin Roshkind, Esquire, West Palm Beach, Florida
Around football season, basketball season, and summer season (as in fishing or golf), I often see a slight uptick in divorce cases. I can only assume this is because the wife is usually left alone or ignored too much during the gaming seasons. I am a divorce lawyer, not a therapist, but from experience, I can tell you that an already bad or shaky marriage gets worse, when a husband is otherwise distracted by… fill in the blank… football, basketball, fishing or golf.
These are generally guy activities which men do with other men, and often don’t include the wives. Also, the wives generally don’t want to be included, but that doesn’t change the dynamics of the marriage. If there is an underlying current of familiarity or contempt, to the point of being room mates or worse, as in beer driven domestic…
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