Who Gets to Stay in The House After a Divorce?

Posted on : April 9, 2018
Typically, when children are involved in a divorce, the parent who spends the most time with the kids or the one who provides their primary care will be the one who stays in the marital home with them. You may have a vested interest in what happens in the division of property, including the marital ..... Read More

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Study Shows That Couples Who Get Married on Valentine’s Day Are Much More Likely to Get Divorced

Posted on : February 21, 2018
A new study found that those who tie the knot on Valentine’s Day may face a higher risk of ultimately getting divorced. Those individuals are 37% more likely to split, and the University of Melbourne conducted research with more than 1.1 million weddings, included in their data set. Although it might seem like the most ..... Read More

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New Study Shows That Shared Residency Leads to Fewer Mental Problems for Young Individuals

Posted on : January 29, 2018
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More parents than ever are considering the benefits of shared residency or staying in the same home after the partners split up. This can come up with its own set of advantages and disadvantages so you should always consider whether or not shared residency or a nesting plan truly makes the most sense for your ..... Read More

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Research Shows That Prevalence of Divorce Increasing Size of American Families

Posted on : December 30, 2017
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Are you thinking about divorce? Given the number of people in America who have gone through at least one divorce, you’re not alone. Divorce is something that should be discussed with a lawyer. There have been plenty of different research studies completed about the impacts of divorce as far as how it influences society and ..... Read More

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What Is the Difference Between a Fault and a No-Fault Divorce?

Posted on : December 18, 2017
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Many people are curious about whether or not they have grounds to file a fault or a no-fault divorce. In the case of a fault divorce, the person initiating the divorce claim alleges that the other person is responsible for ruining the marriage.  Do you think that you and your former spouse are going to ..... Read More

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