As the school year wraps up, graduation is on many minds. Though when parents divorce, graduation can be a minefield. Here’s how to make it through.
Social media has become such a large part of our lives that it makes sense it’s often a large part of our divorces as well.
Divorce is emotional and complicated in the best of times, but when there are health issues to contend with, it wreaks havoc on the process.
Not every divorce devolves into a heated courtroom battle. When spouses see eye-to-eye, uncontested divorce is often a viable option.
Adultery so often strikes a fatal blow to a marriage, but how big a role does it actually play when it comes time to file for divorce?
Though it gets thrown around as an all-encompassing term, there are actually multiple types of divorce to choose from in California.
Couples ending marriages later in life face a number of unique challenges and concerns. Here’s what you need to know about gray divorce.
Divorce impacts almost every facet of your life, and that includes Social Security. Here’s what you need to know about the changes you face.
It’s the stuff of melodramatic TV movies, being trapped in a loveless marriage. But can your spouse actually prevent you from getting a divorce?
This is never an easy talk to have, but sometimes it’s absolutely necessary to ask for a divorce. Here’s how to start the conversation.
Watching parents split up is never easy, but for many siblings in divorce, this experience serves to push them closer than ever.
With so much information floating around, it’s important to have a good understanding of divorce. Here are ten common divorce myths to be aware of.
What’s parental alienation and how does it impact high-conflict divorce? Here’s what you need to know when it comes to these situations.
Ending a marriage is complicated in the best of times, but what happens to the process you have a spouse from a foreign country?
The world is full of interesting, useful, and downright bizarre divorce facts. For example, did you know you can divorce via text message in Malaysia?
Over recent years, January has become known by many as “divorce month,” but just how accurate is that unflattering title?
Divorce doesn’t necessarily need to take place in court, there are other options, and two popular choices are mediation and arbitration.
Serving in the military is a huge sacrifice and takes a toll on many families. But even with all the struggles, the military divorce rate is declining.
While the prospect of divorce hearings may be intimidating, it definitely helps to go in with an idea of what to expect out of court.
In contested cases, divorce discovery may prove incredibly valuable. Discovery compels each side to reveal what evidence and info they have.
Should you hire an attorney if a spouse has one? The short answer is yes, if your spouse hires a divorce lawyer, you should also hire one.
Whether or not to file for divorce is a big question, but another is whether or not you should file for divorce first, before your spouse.
The date of separation has a huge impact on divorce, but a significant change to California law is about to alter the landscape.
The augmented reality game has swept the nation with a number of unexpected side effects, one of which is forgetting that you’re being tracked by GPS.
What we do outside of the office can have a big impact on our work. Even though we try not to, we often bring the weight of our home lives with us to the day job. And it seems like weekly we hear about a person getting canned for using …
During a marriage, your life becomes intertwined with that of your spouse. Possessions often belong equally to both parties, which is a big reason why the division of property can be such a contentious part of divorce. Splitting belongings at the end of a union can become heated and complex, …
Marriage may be an institution, but it’s not immune to change. What marriage is, what it means, how important it is; all of this and more have transformed dramatically over time. Some shifts are massive and easily recognizable. Others are subtle, changing across many years, so gradual you hardly notice …
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