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ElderCounsel®, a membership organization supporting elder law, special needs and VA Pension attorneys, has announced an expansion of their document drafting assembly system, ElderDocx®,
The days of a traditional 1950s family where Dad goes off to be the breadwinner and Mom stays home to take care of the kids is long gone, replaced by a “peacock’s tail” of various family unit structures.
PositiveSingles.com, a Canadian-based company, has released a report surveying unmarried cohabiting couples in the U.S.
Does living with grandparents ease or worsen a mothers' baby blues?
Going on a double date may be more effective at reigniting passion in your own relationship than the classic candlelit dinner for two.
A new study by The National Center for Health Statistics has shown that more and more couples are moving in together before tying the knot, and that only one-fourth of all "first unions" today are in the form of married couples.
The mortality rate for men in same-sex marriages has dropped markedly since the 1990s.
As society begins its slow, tectonic shift towards mainstream acceptance of same-sex marriage, researchers are looking to see what kind of impacts the change will have on different levels of society.
For some, being single has its perks and advantages. For others, marriage is viewed as being more advantageous than living the life as a bachelor or bachelorette. For those people, they may be right in more ways than one.
A new study discovered that working-class couples who live together without marrying still take on traditional gender roles when it comes to household chores.
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