Filing for a divorce is a monumental life decision, and for many, emotions get in the way of rational thinking. Make sure you've considered these three things before deciding to divorce.
Signing a prenuptial agreement (prenup) before you get married can help ensure your future is protected in case of divorce. Here are 10 reasons it's a good idea to sign a prenup before you walk down the aisle.
Now that you're divorced and considering re-entering the dating scene, remember that the rules have probably changed since you last went on a date. While entering unfamiliar territory may be scary, being prepared will help ease the stress and making dating fun.
Whether you've just decided to tell your spouse you want a divorce or are beginning the divorce process, remember that it's not going to be easy. Here's a short guide to help you to get through this transition.
Most people enter into marriage with the assumption that they have found their life partner – yet with more than half of marriages ending in divorce, many of us are dismayed when our marriage ends in divorce. How does divorce happen and what are the initial feelings when separating from a spouse?
According to a recent study, having multiple sex partners before saying “I do” does not necessarily lead to a higher chance of divorce – unless the number of previous partners is in the double-digits, that is.
Regardless of your family situation, when you're in the middle of finalizing divorce procedures, you may feel the urge to start seeing someone else in order to move on with your life. Despite the fact that this is a completely understandable and normal way of moving on from a difficult relationship, problems may arise if things have yet to be completed.
Divorce is an unfortunate reality for many marriages. Whether you're happily married or starting to consider separation, there are steps you can take to safeguard your marriage against divorce.
After Gwyneth Paltrow announced her split from Chris Martin, the actress called the separation "conscious uncoupling." This introduced couples to a more amicable way of divorcing. But are family lawyers ready for this concept?
A New Hampshire couple learned that there’s no turning back once a divorce is finalized – even after reconciliation.