A divorce may be granted in Delaware on the grounds that the marriage is irretrievably broken and that reconciliation is improbable.
Fuelling gossip about who’s getting engaged and who’s breaking up is only one of the ways Facebook is relevant in modern relationships—a recent survey says data gathered from the social media site is now cited in a third of all British divorce cases.
Registration is open for divorce lawyer Karen Covy’s educational webinar ‘Divorce Basics’, which is designed to provide practical advice and insight to individuals beginning the divorce process.
An ultra-orthodox woman was arrested and handcuffed to a hospital bed after refusing a religious divorce from her husband.
Aside from the Vatican, the Philippines is the only country in the world where divorce is impossible: the only way to end a marriage there is through annulment.
The Supreme Court has agreed to rule on whether gay and lesbian couples have the constitutional right to marry in every U.S. state.
Ten questions to help you and your spouse figure out whether you’re good candidates for Collaborative Divorce.
If you have fought in front of your children, or have said negative things to them about your ex, it's not too late to do the right thing.
A quarter of all British parents are secretly thinking about divorce, according to new research by relationships support charity OnePlusOne.
As the Census Bureau considers whether it will stop collecting data related to marriage and divorce, experts and the American public voice the importance of continuing to do so.
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