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Zodiac Signs Most Likely to Divorce, Ranked From Most to Least

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© Pexels/luizclas Zodiac Signs Most Likely to Divorce Marriage is one of the greatest adventures two people can take in a lifetime, and while all marriages begin with the best intentions, sometimes the stars are not aligned . . . literally. There's no surefire way of telling whether or not a relationship will last, but astrology can give us pretty big hints about what traits could permanently damage a marriage. Here are the signs that are most likely to divorce, ranked from most to least. Capricorn. Capricorns have a lot of lovely qualities that help in a relationship, but even [...]

10 Reasons Couple Divorce: Do You See Yourself Here?

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The reasons for divorce are as unique as the couples who are divorcing.   Couples divorce for a multitude of reasons, but most marriages end because of fairly common issues. Whether it be a lack of communication or extreme differences in values, both experts and couples commonly report the following ten reasons for why couples divorce. Communication Problems. Effective communication is one of the main reasons any relationship is troubled. If the lines of communication are cut off or nonexistent–if couples do not talk openly about their feelings and needs–then the relationship is inevitably going to fail. Communication is incredibly [...]

Rolling the Dice on Costs of Estate Litigation

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Alberta Courts have been busy on the topic of costs in estate litigation in the past few months. Four recent decisions issued out of three judicial centres in Alberta provide a good reminder of just how unpredictable litigation is and the Court’s wide discretion in compensating parties for their litigation expenses. General principles If there was still any doubt, I think it is now clear in Alberta at least, that whether litigation concerns an estate or not, the general rule that “costs follow the event” is the starting point. To put it perhaps more harshly, the Courts for the most [...]

Social Media in Litigation: The Increasing Impact and Evolving Standards for Discoverability and Adm…

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The explosion and influence of social media over the past decade cannot be overstated. As social media becomes more enmeshed in the fabric of our society, it has also become more prevalent as a potential source of evidence in the legal arena. Consequently, courts have been tasked with developing standards on how social media may be mined and used in the context of litigation. Two recent Pennsylvania decisions highlight the continually evolving landscape pertaining to both the discoverability and admissibility of social media posts in litigation. At the discovery level, a recent unpublished opinion from the Monroe County Court of [...]

Women file nearly three-quarters of divorce cases in China

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Chinese women filed over 70 per cent of divorce lawsuits last year and domestic violence was one of the most cited reasons, according to official statistics. Most of the 1.4 million divorce lawsuits filed involved couples about three years into marriage, a report by the Supreme People’s Court shows. Women filed 73 per cent of the cases, the report said. Over 77 per cent of the lawsuits cited incompatibility as the major reason, while 15 per cent cited domestic violence, including physical and verbal abuse. Why millions of Chinese people are filing for divorce every year The southern provinces of [...]

Revealed: The subtle reference to Meghan’s divorce that was included on the royal wedding invitation…

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The big day is drawing near, and the coveted invitations to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding have already landed on the doormats of the lucky few who will be at Windsor Castle on May 19.    But as the world whips itself into a frenzy over Meghan's impending marriage, MailOnline's etiquette expert William Hanson has pointed out that the painstakingly produced invitations included a subtle reference to her first one.  On the traditional invitations, issued in Prince Charles' name and written in American ink on English card, Meghan is referred to as 'Ms' Markle - in contrast to invitations to [...]

Pune Woman Asks Divorce From His Crazy Husband Who Measures The Size Of ‘Rotis’ And Asks Her To Main…

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Divorce is often avoided by most couples because they have serious concerns regarding social, emotional and economic fallout of splitting up. However, there are times when the situation becomes so uncontrollable that parting ways seem like the only option left. The reasons for divorce vary and sometimes turns up to be absolutely bizarre.   iPleaders Blog   Recently, one such case that could easily fall into ‘bizarre’ category was filled in Pune court. We bet that you have never heard of such bizarre and sadistic reasons before.   Hindustan Times This lady got married to an engineer in 2008. The [...]

How Brad Pitt’s second divorce proves men cannot change

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Just days after announcing her split from Justin Theroux, the Internet broke out in a joyous frenzy overwhelmed by the possibility that Aniston and Pitt were now free to return to their rightful place by each other’s side. This news came amidst reports of George Clooney secretly acting out as a middle-man and pushing Brad to meet Jennifer, following the debate on whether or not the recently divorced high-profile celebrities will (or should) reunite. A source told Star magazine:, “They’ve been secretly getting together for late night hookups and it’s all because of George. George was the first person to [...]

First virtual court case held using claimant's laptop camera

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The first virtual court case has been held with a claimant appearing via a home laptop camera, while an extremely patient judge sat in a London tribunal and lawyers presented evidence from Belfast. There may have been echoing feedback, vocal distortion and a moment when the screen faded to black, but courtroom justice will never be quite the same again. The pilot marks a significant point in a £1bn Ministry of Justice modernisation programme, which is expected to expand remotely operated hearings from tax-dispute chambers into other areas of civil and criminal law. The brave new legal world was inaugurated [...]

Mum ‘threw four-year-old son off balcony then jumped to her death after losing custody battle’

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A DEVASTATED mum threw her four-year-old son off a balcony then jumped to her death after losing a custody battle over him, it's reported. The bodies of the 25-year-old woman, named as Anastasia, and her son Misha were found by horrified dad Andrey Yekimov, 33, outside his flat in St Petersburg, Russia. Central European News The woman, named as Anastasia, is pictured in happier times with her then husband Andrey Yekimov and son Misha She is understood to have gone to see her ex-husband when he told her he was about to take their son for a haircut and she asked to come. Mr [...]