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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Divorce and aliens

Divorce & Aliens

Many couples marry in order to ensure security in a number of areas; whether this is financially or otherwise. Some couples even marry for residency status within the country. But what happens when these couples file for divorce? Legal status in the county is affected, as well as the other…

November 30th, 2012 Divorce Law
Religion and Divorce: Judaism

Religion and Divorce: Judaism

We often don’t consider the implications or influence a specific religious culture can have over divorce these days. Marriage is considered by many religions as a sacred covenant, and until just a few decades ago this prevented people from divorcing on grounds of incompatibility or no-fault divorce. But some religions…

November 29th, 2012 Divorce and Religion
Getting Along with In-Laws

Getting Along with In-Laws Leads to Divorce?

You didn’t read the headline wrong, and the answer to the question is yes and no. In a study conducted by the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research found that women who get along with their in-laws are more likely to seek a divorce, while men who get along…

November 28th, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice
Goodbye to Judith Wallerstein

A Proper Goodbye to Judith Wallerstein, Part ll

Yesterday we began our belated homage to the late Judith Wallerstein, one of America’s most influential psychologists. Wallerstein passed away June 18th earlier this year in Piedmont, California, which regrettably went unnoticed by our blog. Part l of our blog series introduced Judith Wallerstein with a mini-biography, a recap of…

November 27th, 2012 Divorce and Children, Divorce Information
Goodbye to Judith Wallerstein

A Proper Goodbye to Judith Wallerstein, Part l

Earlier this year on June 18th, 2012, Judith Wallerstein passed away at the age of 90. For the majority of readers who probably don’t know who Judith Wallerstein was (admittedly, I didn’t before this morning), let us oblige: Judith Wallerstein was a prominent psychologist who focused on the impact of…

November 26th, 2012 Divorce and Children, Divorce Information
Divorce Process in the 21st Century

The Divorce Process in the 21st Century

Thinking about getting divorced? Years ago this process of decision making and division would take you through law offices and face to face time with multiple divorce attorneys. His and Hers settlements were tedious and expensive. States have different laws, and some laws are always evolving (like child custody, child…

November 25th, 2012 Divorce Process, Do It Yourself Divorce, Online Divorce
Massachusetts Alimony Law Changes

Massachusetts Alimony Law Changes

Family Court, and the laws that are upheld within its walls, are forever changing to benefit the best interest of children and to aid in smooth transition and dissolution of marriage. Alimony is one of the areas in which family law is forever changing the most. With so many of…

November 25th, 2012 Massachusetts Divorce, Spousal Support
Death and Divorce

A Surprise from Beyond the Grave: Death and Divorce

We have all heard the horror stories that sometime accompany the divorce process. Bickering, revenge, and downright hatred can sometimes be found where once there was proclaimed love. Just when we think we have heard it all, another tale surfaces from the abyss of the never ending stream of crazy…

November 24th, 2012 Life After Divorce, New York Divorce
A Time for Thanks, Even if You’re Divorced

A Time for Thanks, Even if You’re Divorced

It’s that awkward time of year when the Halloween decorations have been taken down and people are itching to put up their Christmas decorations. The only thing stopping the impending onslaught of red velvet and wreaths is Thanksgiving. Indeed, Turkey Time is almost upon us; do you have your list…

November 22nd, 2012 Life After Divorce
Impending Divorce

3 Psychological Signals of an Impending Divorce

When we think of divorce we think of a split, break, or schism in the natural order of the marriage and family. This civil liberty granted to couples serves as an exit strategy to what we deem an internal war with no end. Many surface signs of a divorce can…

November 21st, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice

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