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Who cares about “The Toxic Divorce”? Getting a handle on why this matters is attorney Brian Burke’s next step towards protecting people going through divorce, providing a perspective that
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Jan.
As social media has become an integral part of our lives, sites like Facebook and Twitter are increasingly playing a role in divorce proceedings.
The “Honeymoon Phase” can be the happiest time of a couple’s marriage; however, a new study shows that the first few years of a happy marriage can lead to packing on the pounds.
Marriages often derail because they take a back seat to daily life, but that doesn’t have to happen.
Data suggests that up to one-quarter of American men and 15 percent of American women cheat during marriage, which represents a massive increase over decades past. According to Dr.
Fifteen percent of married couples who undergo long-term separations remain apart, without getting divorced or reconciling, researchers from Ohio State University (OSU) have discovered.
Divorce Talk Radio host Lee Rosen interviewed Charlotte divorce lawyer David Self, who unveiled surprising insider tips about property division during divorce. Charlotte,
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