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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Can We Prepare for Marriage?

We have all heard the term “life lessons,” which are usually attributed to something we need to experience to get the necessary knowledge out of a particular situation. The very definition of experience tells us that we can’t prearrange for ourselves to learn it; it has to happen to us.…

November 20th, 2012 Marriage Problems & Advice

Post-Divorce Life: Consequences of Buying Your Child’s Love

Managing your divorce process can be an all encompassing ordeal. Battling a spouse, finances, kids, and keeping up with the regularly scheduled program that is the rest of your life can drain you of patience and will power. Many parents going through a divorce, whether it is nasty or not,…

November 19th, 2012 Divorce and Children, Divorce and Finances

The New Face of Spousal Support in Michigan

One of the many issues that arises often during the divorce process is spousal support, also known as alimony or maintenance. Particularly in cases where one spouse makes a significantly larger amount each year, the spousal support can become a high point of discussion. Many who apply for support want…

November 17th, 2012 Michigan Divorce, Spousal Support

Scary Facts About Kids, Marriage, and Divorce

The amount of studies done on children and divorce have reached cliché levels in today’s society. But, just because they reached astronomical proportions the severity of the situation isn’t decreased. General statistics can be taken many different ways and eschewed to benefit whoever is promoting the particular statistic s at…

November 16th, 2012 Divorce Information

Breaking Down Alimony

When a couple decides to dissolve their marriage, the process is not as cut and dry as one might think. Assets, finances, and other factors all come into play when coming to an agreement between spouses. One of the biggest hot button issues when discussing a divorce is that of…

November 15th, 2012 Spousal Support

Knowing Your Rights Before the Divorce Process

Divorces are life altering events. Knowing what is happening, what you are entitled to, and how to get these things throughout the process is something that anyone going through the divorce process should know. The more informed someone is about their situation, the better they will be able to navigate…

November 14th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Process

Gender Equality In Divorce Proceedings

Gender equality has come a long way since the generation of our parents. Women’s rights continue to be an evolving platform to gain equality for women everywhere. From work place equality to individual social rights, the fight for gender equality can take many shapes and spawn many passionate debates.  And…

November 13th, 2012 Divorce Process, Divorce Settlement

Mediation & The Role of the Mediator

One of  the many stipulations of filing for a divorce in the majority of the U.S states is that a couple first tries to settle their differences before finalizing the divorce itself. This is so the courts can validate that both parties properly attempted to reconcile their differences, but failed,…

November 11th, 2012 Divorce Process, Divorce Settlement

Baby Boomers Continue to Skew Divorce Stats

Every time there is a change in statistics we always forecast doom and gloom, as if every slight tick out of the norm is just first sign of drastic change. The avalanche effect can be seen in businesses across the board when it comes to stocks and the unpredictability of…

November 10th, 2012 Grey Divorce

Sexual Orientation a Factor in Post-Divorce Rulings?

There have been many arguments, and there continues to be an abundance of cases with a very new agenda piling up in divorce courts. When spouses of the same sex are involved, the cases tend to be a little trickier than the cases involving spouses of the opposite sex. It…

November 9th, 2012 Divorce and Children, Divorce Settlement

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