You have a lot of people who have been keeping every love note and taking pictures on everyone’s phones of all the sexy texts, and thinking that this is going to be this whole big thing,” she told Business Insider. “They come into my office with all their proof of this affair, and they’reContinue reading “Nobody cares about your stupid divorce drama”
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Half of family law legal fees are used to fund post-divorce legal issues.
About half of the people will recover from their divorce. About half will not (at least for a long while after their divorce is so called “final”). It is estimated that 50% of family law legal fees will be incurred after the divorce is final. Divorce disputes go on and on and on. To clarify […]
Cheating’ women crave sex, fear divorce
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When middle-aged women seek extra-marital affairs, they are looking for more romantic passion, which includes sex – and don’t want to divorce their husbands, suggests new research to be presented at the 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. “Being happy in marriage is far different than…
Borderline Personality Disorder makes moving on after divorce all but impossible
The system’s prevailing notion in the termination of marriage is that both sides are equally at fault. This is debilitating, infuriating and magnifies the already intense suffering of going through divorce. An otherwise put-together person will become as crazy as they’ll every be while going through divorce, and this while dealing with a spouse who […]
Those who marry after their early thirties are now more likely to divorce than those who marry in their late twenties.
A study from the Institute for Family Studies finds that prior to age 32 or so, each additional year of age at marriage reduces the odds of divorce by 11 percent. However, after that the odds of divorce increase by 5 percent per year. The change in slopes is statistically significant. The graph below shows whatContinue reading “Those who marry after their early thirties are now more likely to divorce than those who marry in their late twenties.”
The Divorce Rate Is Not Going Down, And If It Is, Marriage Is Still In Shambles
According to The New York Times’ Claire Cain Miller, the conventional wisdom that half of all marriages end in divorce and that the divorce rates are climbing is wrong — divorce peaked in the 1970s and 1980s, and has dropped ever since. “It is no longer true that the divorce rate is rising, or thatContinue reading “The Divorce Rate Is Not Going Down, And If It Is, Marriage Is Still In Shambles”