Monthly Archives: May 2012

Protection for All

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is turning out to be a struggle to pass. The Senate has made some changes to it, as it’s renewal approaches, but the House doesn’t agree with the addendums made. In the world of high profile politics, this battle has turned into an all...

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Mexico Now Has Divorce Gift Cards

A Mexican law firm has initiated a campaign offering divorce gift cards. In a professed effort to make the divorce process appear less costly, less complex, and less bureaucratic, the Mexican firm, Abogados Postulantes en Sociedad, began marketing its “Libera Divorce Pass.” The pass can be purchased by friends, family,...

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Transitioning the Kids

Guiding your child or children through your divorce is a painful process. Providing them stability and reassurance at a time when you may not feel self-assured or stable yourself can be a really difficult task. But the effects on children can be far reaching, so helping them through this time...

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The New Look of Divorce

Divorce has a new look in this age of technology. We have become a society driven by cell phones, computers, e-mail, and social networking, and those changes are quite apparent in today’s divorces. In an age where everything is visible and virtually nothing (no pun intended) is left to true...

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Could Polygamy Reduce Divorce?

In a controversial statement, Satoshi Kanazawa asserts that polygamy would reduce divorce. Kanazawa works as an evolutionary psychologist for the London School of Economics. In a video recently made for bigthink.com, he claims that the major reason for divorce is Western culture’s prohibition of polygamy. In the video, he states,...

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Getting a Divorce Attorney Early Can Help You to Prevent Conflicting

Divorce often brings out the worst in people. It can be one of the most emotionally traumatic experiences in a person’s life, and the pain it causes can turn to bitterness towards a soon-to-be ex-spouse. That bitterness, in turn sometimes leads people to engage in underhanded tricks. One such trick...

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Parents of Children With Cancer Not at Increased Risk of Divorce

A recent study indicates that parents of children with cancer are not at an increased risk of divorce. Scientists in Denmark studied data on over 47,000 Danish couples to learn more about the effects of cancer on marital relationships. The study culled public registry data on 2,450 couples whose children...

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