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Your marriage could suffer due to the strong economy – CNBC

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Adrian Weinbrecht | Getty Images It's no surprise that your likelihood of divorce is somewhat based on your relationship with money. Money is the leading cause of stress in a relationship, according to data from Northwestern Mutual's 2018 Planning & Progress Study. The survey of over 2,000 adults found that 41% of people said financial anxiety impacts their relationship with a spouse or partner. And the more money you have, the more problems you face (or so said the late rapper Notorious B.I.G.). Economic growth rose more than expected in the first quarter of the year, thanks to continuing strength [...]

The lawyer as a counselor – grbj.com

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Most law firms advertise that they boast a roster of attorneys and counselors at law. The second role played by most attorneys, that of counselor, may be the most underappreciated and underutilized value a lawyer can bring to any given client matter. All clients expect their attorney knows the law and can provide advice regarding the liabilities that need to be considered prior to taking a certain course of action. However, true value is added when an attorney provides counsel regarding whether a particular course of action is advisable. Two of the most popular topics about which attorneys receive questions [...]

How To Tell Friends And Family About The Divorce Process & End Of Your Marriage | Hello Divorce …

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Divorce happens. A lot. Yet it's still hard to share the "news." Divorce is hard. Even a fairly amicable one. One of the first (outwardly) difficult parts includes breaking the news to those you friends and/or family members you know and love. After you’ve told your kids (if you have them), who do you tell about the end of your marriage next? At what point during the divorce process should you tell people? And how exactly do you tell people about a life change you may not be ready to discuss in detail? RELATED: 3 Reasons Getting Divorced Could Be The Best Decision You'll Ever [...]

How To Handle Job Loss During Your Divorce

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Talk about having the rug pulled out from under you: You’re knee-deep in divorce negotiations, trying to keep some semblance of balance, and you lose your job. Or your spouse loses their job. How will the court look at this, how will it affect negotiations, and what should you do? Understanding that every situation is different, the court will want to know the cause of this sudden unemployment. Was the job loss due to circumstances beyond your/your spouse’s control or the result of negative behaviors or actions? Let’s say you lost your job due to widespread layoffs at the company [...]

Children of divorce are less likely to attend college, but not necessarily because of financial reas…

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The emotional fallout of divorce may be preventing many children from attending college. Students were 10.6% less likely to be admitted to a university if they were between the ages of 13 and 18 when their parents divorced, according to a new working paper from researchers at National Chinan University and National Taiwan University. Read more: This one thing in your marriage increases the risk of divorce by 33% The researchers analyzed a sample of one million siblings in Taiwan to study how divorce affects educational attainment. Money wasn’t the prevailing reason behind why children of divorce were less likely [...]

Helping Your Child Cope With Divorce: What Every Dad Should Know

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No matter how old your child is, it's important that you take the time to talk with them about your divorce and to spend time helping them cope. May 27, 2019 by Jeffrey Leving Leave a Comment — One of the most difficult parts of separating from your partner is seeing your child in pain. While it’s normal for divorcing couples to feel sad, angry, or frustrated, it’s important to remember that children involved in a divorce also feel incredible amounts of anxiety and pain. Even if divorce has been imminent, your child may feel blindsided by the separation. This [...]

Irish voters back loosening divorce laws

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A voter's ballot paper to be used in Ireland's 2019 referendum on changing the current Dissolution of Marriage bill (divorce bill) | Paul Faith/AFP via Getty Images More than 82 percent supported amending the constitution’s tough rules on divorce. By Sarah Wheaton 5/26/19, 1:34 PM CET Irish voters have overwhelmingly backed easing the country’s divorce requirements in a referendum, as part of a wider push to liberalize Ireland's social policies in recent years. More than 82 percent supported amending the constitution’s rules on divorce, according to a final vote tally announced Sunday. The government has said it would introduce legislation [...]

Divorced woman can’t have embryo implanted without ex-husband’s consent, court rules – CBC.ca

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A divorced woman cannot have a purchased frozen embryo implanted over the objections of her ex-husband, Ontario's top court ruled on Friday in a ground-breaking case.  In overturning a lower court decision, the Court of Appeal ruled that both former spouses retained rights to the embryo to which neither are genetically related. "Neither contract nor property law principles govern in this case," the court ruled. "Parliament has imposed a consent-based, rather than a contract-based, model through legislation and regulation." The case arose in 2011 when the couple identified only as D.H. and S.H. purchased four embryos created from anonymous sperm [...]

Don’t Let Post-Divorce Anger Keep You ParalyzedNo, it’s not derailing your recovery. It’s – The Good…

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Hey, has this ever happened to you? It may have been months since your divorce ended, and you thought you were doing okay. You were picking yourself up financially, making your home your own, and trying some new activities and were feeling pretty good about yourself. But then it hits you and won’t leave.  That anger–that pure rage once you look back and realize just how awful your ex treated you. The time you found the messages from another person on their cell phone. Or when you wanted to see your kids, but she kept them from you. The list [...]

What If, Like Me, You Regret Your Divorce? – The Good Men Project

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— I am a divorced mom and I regretted my divorce. Even though some time has passed, I still think about my marriage, my children and my husband and all the moments we had together. After some time spent separated from my husband, I came to the conclusion that divorce was rather the easy way out. Let’s see how had it all started. I met my ex-husband while volunteering at an NGO organization in my college years. We had about three years of friendship before realizing that we were made for each other. Or at least this is what we thought at [...]