Video: Harvard Researcher’s Predictors Of Divorce

According to a recent study published in the American Sociological Review, financial factors such as a couple’s resources and a wife’s ability to support herself in the event of divorce are not reliable predictors of divorce. What does seem to affect a couple’s risk of divorce is the manner in

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Deconstructing The Myth Of The ‘Deadbeat Dad’

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One of the fatal flaws of the child support system is that it takes a collect-at-all-costs approach to gathering payments from the payor. It’s essentially, “pay or else,” which causes catastrophic problems for families if a parent ever falls behind on payments. Say a father unexpectedly loses his job and

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Divorce Myths: Common Misconceptions About Divorce

When it comes to divorce, far too many common beliefs are accepted as truths even though reality is much different. It’s common for divorce attorneys to have to correct incorrect perceptions that clients have about the divorce process in their initial meeting. Always keep in mind that the process of

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4 Reasons Why Divorce Is Harder For Guys

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The old saying goes that women are from Venus and men from Mars. When it comes to how men and women respond to divorce, that adage seems to hold true. Research consistently shows that men tend to take a longer time to recover from divorce than women do. Getting past

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