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Making Your Divorce Easier

Going through the divorce process is an emotional, stressful time in a person’s life, which is even made even more difficult when the divorce is a “bad” one. According to one ...
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Fears of Divorce May Be Keeping Young Couples From Marriage

In the United States today, the percentage of married adults has reached an all time low. Researchers form the University of Central Oklahoma and Cornell University conducted a study, which was ...
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Pregnant Man Files for Divorce

Arizona does not allow same-sex marriage. What happens when a man who was born as a woman, but had a sex change, though he still has female reproductive organs, marries, moves to Arizona, and then ...
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Money Woes Weaken Marriages

Research has shown that low-income couples are less likely to marry and more likely to divorce than couples with more money. According to researchers at the University of California, money problems, ...
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The Benefits of Hiring a Divorce Counselor

With the divorce rate hovering around the 50 percent mark in the United States, more couples are turning towards counseling to help cope with divorce. Divorce counseling, also called divorce therapy, ...
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How Divorce Will Affect Your Medical Insurance

One of the benefits of getting married is sharing things with your new spouse. Instead of two rent payment to make, there is only one. The same is true of cable, electricity, gas and water bills. ...
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Prenuptial Agreements are Not Just for The Wealthy

For many years, prenuptial agreements were mainly for the wealthy as a means of protecting their fortunes. However, today prenuptial agreements are not only for the wealthy, but for all couples who ...
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Women Increasingly Paying Alimony to Their Ex-Husbands

In past years, when a couple divorced, it was very rare for a woman to pay alimony to her ex-husband. Recently, though, the tables have turned in this country’s divorce courts and as a result, ...
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Baby Boomer Divorce Rate Doubles

Divorce rates in Arizona and across the country for the general population have stabilized over the past several decades, but not for those ages 50 and over. The baby boomer divorce rate has nearly ...
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Katie Holmes Files for Emergent Application

In a divorce proceeding, when one partner files an emergent application to determine immediate child support and custody issues, the other partner in the divorce has no choice but to use a lawyer from ...
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Virtual Visitation: a Sensible Child Custody Option?

When a couple with children divorces, it is best for the children if both parents are actively involved in their lives. Unfortunately for the non-custodial parent, events occur that cause separation ...
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When Signs of Domestic Abuse are Noticed Too Late

The Arizona Republic details the signs of domestic abuse in the family life of Lisa Mederos and J.T. Ready, which recently ended an apparent murder-suicide. Police are characterizing the killings as a ...
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