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Guidelines for Military Divorce

Military divorce, just like any other kinds of divorce, puts a huge strain on the resources and relationships of the parties involved. Certainly, the long deployments, extreme uncertainty, private issues, or even the threat of death can push people to the wall and make them think of severing their ties…

September 21st, 2016 Grounds for Divorce
Common Grounds for Divorce in California

Common Grounds for Divorce in California

Understanding California divorce state law is very important before you decide to go through the divorce process. California has specific divorce guidelines, and understanding what can constitute grounds for divorce in California can be confusing if you are unfamiliar with the process. Furthermore, California divorce laws have changed over the…

July 13th, 2016 California divorce, Grounds for Divorce
Marriage is the Number One Cause for Divorce

Marriage is the Number One Cause for Divorce

Well it’s the uncomfortable truth: You can’t get divorced unless you get married. According to the American Psychological Foundation, between 40 and 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. Analysts, psychologists, and political figures alike are always commenting on what is commonly referred to as “the divorce culture.” Of course,…

June 1st, 2016 Grounds for Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice
The No. 1 Reason a Lack of Intimacy Leads to Divorce

The No. 1 Reason A Lack Of Intimacy Leads to Divorce, and What to Do About It

Dr. Jennifer Landa recently posed the question of whether a marriage without sex can still be healthy in a piece for Prevention. Because couples basically accept that sexual activity decreases after marriage, there are cases where husbands and wives swear off sex altogether and manage to stay married. Even so,…

June 12th, 2015 Grounds for Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice
Parenting Pressures That Can Lead to Divorce

2 Parenting Pressures That Can Lead to Divorce

It’s often uncomfortable to link children to the cause of your divorce. After all, they didn’t ask to be brought in to the world, and they’re often what you make of them. Therefore, it comes across as unfair and disingenuous to put the responsibility on them. However, there are some…

June 10th, 2015 Divorce and Children, Grounds for Divorce
Marriage Killers That Social Media Encourages

2 Marriage Killers That Social Media Encourages

Facebook is often cited in divorce papers for its role in creating or perpetuating conflict within a marriage, and a new study out of the U.K. affirms much of this. According to Digital Trends, the study, conducted by U.K. law firm Slater and Gordon, reveals that one in seven people (out…

May 11th, 2015 Divorce and Social Media, Grounds for Divorce
Wife Diagnosed With Chronic Or Terminal Illness

Marriages Break Up More When A Wife Is Diagnosed With Chronic Or Terminal Illness [Study]

The decision to file for divorce is a challenging one in its natural state, but when it comes to terminal or chronic illness, it’s even tougher. Yet that hasn’t stopped some marriages from dissolving as a result of a chronic illness diagnosis. In a new study from researchers at Iowa…

March 6th, 2015 Grey Divorce, Grounds for Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice
Strangers Know When Your Partner Is Cheating

Strangers Know When Your Partner Is Cheating, Study Claims

Cheaters aren’t that hard to spot as long as you’re not actually in a relationship with one. This is the revelation found by a recent study collaboration between professors from Florida State University and Brigham Young University. “People can determine whether complete strangers were cheaters or non-cheaters by simply watching…

October 8th, 2014 Grounds for Divorce
Why Did You Want A Divorce?

Men, Why Did You Want A Divorce?

Recently, the divorced men of Reddit were asked to share their reasons as to why they decided to file for divorce. While the thread held a number of eye-opening responses that are worthy of consideration in evaluating your own reasons for a divorce, here were some of our favorites. 1.…

September 3rd, 2014 Grounds for Divorce
The 3 Types of People You Should Unfollow on Facebook

The Three Types Of People You Should Unfollow On Facebook

Facebook is often cited as a reason that many choose to file for divorce, at least indirectly. With the rise of the social media platform, more people have found it easy to be unfaithful to their spouses. Even if it never comes to that, however, the site can create a…

May 14th, 2014 Divorce and Social Media, Grounds for Divorce

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