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The Top 10 Reasons for Divorce

Marriage is difficult. It takes a lot of hard work to make a relationship last for the rest of your life. Most people do enter a marriage thinking that one day soon they will face a divorce. However, the statistics show that nearly 50% of all marriages in the U.S. will end in divorce…. Read More »

The Divorce Rate Is on the Decline While Marriages Increase

We have all heard the statistics. In the United States, your marriage has approximately a 50% of lasting a lifetime. However, what you may not know is that the divorce rate is on the decline. Marriages, on the other hand, are increasing in frequency. There are many factors that contribute to both of these… Read More »

Divorce Settlements in History, The Top 8

Everything is bigger in a celebrities life. The cars they drive, the houses they live in, and the vacations they take are extravagant. So, it stands to reason that their divorces are also larger than life. Celebrity divorce settlements are often messy and public. There is no shortage of romantic movies that make love seem… Read More »

What Happens with Pets During a Divorce

Getting a divorce is never easy and even less so when children are involved. Deciding who gets custody rights, dividing property, and financial disputes are all common decisions that need to be made. However, what about some of the more uncommon choices? What happens if your “child” is a fur-baby? Who gets custody over… Read More »

Co Parenting After a Divorce: Everything You Need to Know

While no one wishes to ever get divorced, divorces still happen all of the time. Divorces exist commonly in the United States for plenty of reasons. Perhaps a couple married too soon. Maybe circumstances came up that were unpredictable at the start. Regardless, there is nothing to be embarrassed about when it comes to… Read More »

Can Filing First Positively Affect Your Divorce Proceedings?

Filing First and You In any divorce, who filed first makes a significant difference in the court of opinion. People like to see who filed first to determine little bits and pieces of the relationship. However, outside of the scope of what people think, who filed the papers first in a divorce means a… Read More »

Top Five Ways Social Media Can Hurt or Help Your Child Custody Case

Social media owns people’s lives from young to old ages. Staying off of social media now works the same as asking someone to stay away from candy. People want social media time because it allows them to say whatever comes to their minds. Be it good or bad, people blast out to the world… Read More »

6 Dos and Dont’s About What Should You Avoid Posting on Social Media During a Divorce

 Everyone uses social media, companies and individuals alike. It’s a moment of time captured in an image or a sentence. For some, it’s become second nature. We are in the twenty-first century, after all, most of what we do involves technology in one form or another. For some people its second nature, and impossible… Read More »

Divorce Statistics: Who is Most Likely to Get Divorced?

No one wishes for divorce following their marriages. Still, divorce remains a common practice. Plenty of people who never believed they would get divorced end up requiring a divorce. Plenty of circumstances exist to make this true. However strong a marriage may seem, divorce demands understanding as a concern. It occurs often enough in society… Read More »

7 Steps You Need to Take Immediately After You Have Been Falsely Accused of Child Abuse

Falsely accused of child abuse, what do you do? You aren’t considered innocent until guilty. Do-gooders can have an over active imagination and connect dots where there aren’t any. People don’t always have all the information and tend to draw wrong conclusions. During a divorce, child abuse allegations tend to crop up. An experienced… Read More »