Researchers Discover Divorce Spikes After Vacation Season

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It is commonly believed that January is “divorce month,” but a new study indicates March and August are the months that receive the most divorce filings. University of Washington sociology professor Julie Brines and doctoral candidate Brian Serafini recently analyzed the last 15 years of divorce filings in Washington and

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Unemployment Poses Huge Divorce Risk For Men

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Arguments over finances are often cited as one of the key predictors of divorce. However, a new study published in the American Sociological Review suggests employment status and gender expectations might have more to do with a couple’s risk of divorce than how much money they’re each making.

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Can A Court Void A Settlement Agreement?

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Question: Are there any circumstances where a court will set aside or void a settlement agreement? My wife and I agreed to an uncontested divorce, but now she is threatening to take me back to court for child support and alimony.

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Does Termination Of Child Support Affect Arrears?

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Question: A judge granted me divorce and majority time-sharing with my ex. The judge also said I do not have to pay child support. However, the Department of Revenue says I still owe arrears. With all the expenses of raising my children, rent, car payments, etc. I cannot afford these

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