Never say never. I do hope it's the case, but you just never know what's in store down the line. Case in point… I thought my parents would be together forever. Married 20 plus years with hardly ever a harsh word between them, seemingly happy and satisfied with what their relationship provided each other. Then it all fell apart when I was about nineteen. My mother decided she wanted something different in life and left the family. Such was my anger that I didn't speak to her for ten years. Years made even longer in that we were very close for I share much in common with my mother, her personality, humor, likes and dislikes. When we finally did come together, two weeks before my own wedding, I discovered my mother was very happily remarried and that her husband was / is a great guy. In the interim, my father had also remarried to a very wonderful woman. Now-a-days everybody gets along well and family gatherings are a most joyous occasion. At times I still wish my parents had never parted company but if they had not, so many things would be different with the loss of people I and my own family have come to care about and love. So, who is to say it wasn't for the best.
Well, that's probably more than you ever needed to know about my life, but I think it makes for a good counterpoint to your argument of "never." Personally, I'll never get divorced either. Here's to "Forever, till death do us part."
PS: I thought your work here was excellent. Thus my response as you have it. Thanks again.