Monthly Archives: May 2016

going through divorce with children

Is Divorce Always Bad for Children?

One of the most common reasons cited for couples no longer in love actually staying in their marriages is “we did it for the good of the children.” Is that necessarily a good decision?...
Divorce attorneys

Crash Director Feels Financial Pain of Divorce

Oscar-award winning “Crash” director Paul Haggis is definitely feeling the financial pain that divorce can cause. According to reports, the Hollywood power player’s monthly expenses include $20,000 for spousal support and $5,000 for child...
crowdfunding divorce

Crowdfunding for Divorce a Growing Trend

As long as you’ve gone to the trouble of buying wedding gifts for your friends, you may as well go ahead and begin funding their divorce. Crowdfunding sites like Plumfund and GoFundMe are letting...
Divorce and Long Commutes

Do Long Commutes Doom Marriages?

If you’re married and have a daily commute that’s 45 minutes one-way, did you know that you’re more likely to divorce than folks with shorter commutes? Well, that’s the big takeaway from a study...
Uncontested Divorce

Is Uncontested Divorce Right for You?

There’s no getting around the fact that divorce cases are emotionally charged and expensive life-changing events. But it doesn’t have to be that way. If you and your spouse are on good terms, an...
Deposition

Don’t Fret Depositions

Before your pending divorce actually goes to court, there’s a very good chance that you’ll be called to take part in a deposition. While it’s to be used strictly for discovery purposes ahead of...
Grey Divorce

The Rise of “Gray Divorce” in the U.S.

Ready to have your mind blown? Among the college-educated population in the U.S., the divorce rate is lower than it has been in 30 years – except for one category: people over 50. In...