Divorce and Original Artwork Purchasing original artwork for your home is one of the best ways to integrate art into your daily life while supporting the arts in the process. If you and your spouse own a pricey or personally meaningful work of art, deciding what happens to it after a divorce can be difficult….

Read More

in    0

Divorce and Remarriage Not long ago, divorce was stigmatized. There was more pressure to stay in a marriage, and the legal consequences of a divorce could be complex. Back then, divorce was only possible if one spouse was guilty of adultery or a serious crime. Remarrying could also result in tax problems or changes in…

Read More

in    0

Workplace Adultery

Workplace Adultery Adultery is an unfortunate fact of life. It is one of the primary causes of divorce, and in some places (including nearly two dozen US states) it is technically a crime. The effects of adultery on a relationship can be disastrous. When an extramarital affair occurs within a workplace, the consequences can extend…

Read More

in    0

Stepparents and Divorce When a single parent marries, his or her new spouse can fill a gap in the children’s lives. While some children are averse to stepparents or new adults in the household, just as often the transition goes smoothly. Especially if the children are still very young when the marriage happens, the children…

Read More

in    0

Divorce Rates

Divorce Rates Married between the ages of 20-24? Now in your 30s? Then you are likely to be divorced or currently experiencing a divorce. Although most estimates say that 40-50% of all marriages in the United States end in divorce, the distribution isn’t even. Certain groups and circumstances, for whatever reason, seem to result in…

Read More

in    0

Divorce Automobiles

Divorce & Automobiles When two spouses decide a divorce is best for both of them, parting ways requires the sometimes-difficult task of dividing their property. With some things this is easy: if one spouse is a record collector, it’s obvious where the records will go. But when necessities like vehicles come into question, problems can…

Read More

in    0

Divorce and Your Mortgage Many couples choose to pool their finances together when they get married. Combining your bank accounts and debts can make it easier for both spouses to contribute towards shared financial burdens. However, should the spouses later choose to get a divorce, the financial obligations that they built up during the marriage…

Read More

in    0

Divorce and Tax Status Many married couples choose to combine their finances. Often this takes the form of a joint bank account, where the incomes of both spouses contribute to a common pool. The advantages of this can include increased purchasing power, since it can be easier for two people to split the burden of…

Read More

in    0

Divorce and Property Division Going through a divorce can be one of the most challenging and upsetting experiences that one ever has to face. Divorces can be full of emotional turmoil, financial issues, arguments over property division and child custody, and more. Fortunately there is help available for those who are considering or anticipating divorce….

Read More

in    0

Divorce And Pets

Divorce and Pets Humans have had animal companions for tens of thousands of years. In many industrialized countries today, many married couples have chosen to care for pets rather than having children. While many people enjoy parenthood, children are a tremendous financial and personal investment. For people who are not drawn to parenthood, taking care…

Read More

in    0