Have Millennials Found A Solution To Divorce?

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You’ve likely heard the often-cited statistic that roughly half of all marriages end in divorce. In reality, that number is misleading and has likely never exceeded 41 percent. Although the divorce rate peaked in the 1970s and early 1980s, it has been declining in the decades since.


Examining The Predictors Of Marital Quality


How can a couple’s experience prior to marriage affect their relationship satisfaction later on in life? In a report for the National Marriage Project, Galena Rhoades and Scott Stanley found that a couples’ pre-cohabitation relationship history can play a big role in how well they get along later in their


Divorce Dilemma: Choose Your Battles Wisely

Divorce Dilemma

By Dad “X” Divorce is inherently combative. Unfortunately having attorneys writing letters back and forth is expensive and should be part of a consideration you show your ex should the question of you being combative comes up in court. With every outrageous breaking of a divorce decree or parenting plan,


Does Cohabiting Harm Children?

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Recently, the news of the divorce of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner has dominated tabloid headlines across the country. The celebrity couple surprised many when just a few days after they announced their split they were spotted vacationing together in the Bahamas. It turns out that Affleck and Garner have


DadsDivorce LIVE: Massachusetts Alimony Reform Act

Massachusetts Alimony Reform Act

The Massachusetts Alimony Reform Act of 2011, which did away with permanent alimony in the state, was hailed as a national model when it passed. Recently, the Massachusetts Supreme Court issued three key decisions regarding the termination of alimony upon retirement or cohabition.