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  • Annulment vs. Divorce: What is the Difference?

    Annulment vs. Divorce: What is the Difference?

    You may have heard the term ‘annulment,’ but what does it mean? What does it do to your marriage? Can you opt for one instead of a divorce? A divorce acknowledges that your marriage existed and has ended. You are not disputing that you were ever legally married. An annulment, on the other hand, denies

  • Alternatives to Divorce: Redefining Marriage

    Alternatives to Divorce: Redefining Marriage

    When we get married, we vow to live happily ever after with our spouse. We vow to be there for our husband or wife, for better or for worse, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer. The truth is that forever is a long time. When you are in your 20s, you

  • What Happens to a Business in a Divorce?

    What Happens to a Business in a Divorce?

    Most couples have to determine how to split assets such as houses, cars, furniture, heirlooms, bank accounts, retirement plans and investments in a divorce. However, some people are also business owners and therefore have to split their businesses in a divorce. This can be a complicated situation. If you live in a community property state,

  • What Happens to a Wedding Ring After a Divorce?

    What Happens to a Wedding Ring After a Divorce?

    In a divorce, one of the biggest areas of concern is the assets. Who gets the cars? What about the house? Can you keep your TV? Will you have to split your savings account? Will you and your spouse share custody of your beloved pooch? There is one item that many couples overlook, and it

  • Should You Remarry After Divorce?

    Should You Remarry After Divorce?

    After dealing with an unhappy marriage or a contentious divorce, your motto about remarriage may be short and sweet: Never again. However, as the saying goes, never say never. Once the dust settles from your divorce and you feel comfortable being on your own, you may feel ready to fall in love again. You may

  • How Does Parenthood Affect Marriage?

    How Does Parenthood Affect Marriage?

    Many married couples are excited at the prospect of having children. Parenting is seen as rewarding and even an expectation in some cultures. Many couples go to great lengths to conceive a child. Some even spend tens of thousands of dollars on fertility treatments in order to have a child of their own. Others spend

  • Avoid These Mistakes in Your Divorce Settlement

    Avoid These Mistakes in Your Divorce Settlement

    If you are unhappy with your marriage, you may be thinking about divorce. While you may be keen on ending your marriage and finalizing your divorce as quickly as possible, a speedy settlement is not always in your best interests. While you do not want to drag on your divorce for years, you should take

  • What is the Best Age to Get Married?

    What is the Best Age to Get Married?

    You may be in love at 18, but your parents are telling you to wait to get married. You may have marriage on your mind after graduating from college, but should you wait until you are established in a career? You may be a single woman who becomes pregnant in your 30s, but does that

  • Interfaith Marriage and the Risk of Divorce

    Interfaith Marriage and the Risk of Divorce

    People have things that they want and do not want in a partner. Obviously, they want someone who shares their values and whom they can trust. If they want children, they seek a spouse who also wants them. Maybe they want someone who shares their political views. When it comes to religion, however, having differences

  • How Bad-Mouthing Your Spouse can Affect Your Divorce

    How Bad-Mouthing Your Spouse can Affect Your Divorce

    Anyone who has been divorced knows that the process can be emotionally charged and contentious. A divorce can be caused by many issues, such as infidelity, money problems, addiction and abuse. As such, many divorces do not occur without some degree of anger or frustration. By the time the spouses decide to divorce, it’s likely