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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Sesame Street Gives Divorce Another Try

The beloved Sesame Street has recently been through to some rough times. From Big Bird’s political fame due to Mitt Romney’s exclamation of love for the big yellow bird to the sex scandal involving long-time Elmo puppeteer, Kevin Clash, the kids’ program has had an up and down couple months.…

December 10th, 2012 Divorce and Children

Divorced, But Still Coworkers

Most business owners and workers understand the need to separate your work from your personal life. Sometimes that can be hard, what affects you outside the office or workplace can ultimately stick with you throughout the day at your job. However, there is an increasing wrinkle in today’s workforce that…

December 8th, 2012 Life After Divorce

Will Divorce Laws in China Move Westward?

A contestant on a popular matchmaking show on Chinese television once dismissed a male suitor by telling him she “would rather weep in a BMW than laugh on a bicycle with you.” Now, following controversial changes to China’s Marriage Law, she may be eating her words altogether. This new law…

December 7th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Settlement

Israeli Court Grants First Ever Same-Sex Divorce

Divorce has long been widely accepted and embedded into the social culture of the United States. But in other cultures, especially in many Middle Eastern countries, the idea of divorce is very much taboo. Marriage is considered sacred in many cultures, but very much so in the Jewish and Islamic…

December 5th, 2012 Divorce Law, Same-Sex Marriage

Divorcing a Missing Spouse

The dissolution of marriage is undoubtedly hard on both partners. However, its becomes exponentially more difficult and harder to finalize a divorce when one spouse is not compliant or even remotely amicable. Many spouses choose to relocate after their divorce, usually for the chance of a fresh start in a…

December 4th, 2012 Divorce Law, Divorce Process

Adultery & Property Division in Florida

No-fault, uncontested divorce statutes are similar from state to state. Florida divorce laws permit  a married couple to divorce based on the principle of “no fault”, as defined by the Florida Family Law court. Under this principle, the fact that one spouse engaged in adulterous behavior during the marriage is…

December 3rd, 2012 Divorce Settlement, Florida Divorce

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