The answer to this one is pretty straightforward: a divorce may be granted for any of the grounds that the parties have mutually and voluntarily lived separate and apart without cohabitation for a period of six months, or the parties have lived separate and apart for one year.
Post-divorce, we might be missing vital opportunities to notice subtle changes in our kids that can warn us they are struggling with larger issues - like body image or poor self-concept.
Don't Dread the Day and Consider These Tips in the Stepfather's Guide to Father's Day
The traditional separation is changing, with more couples hopping on the trend of semi-separating, ending their relationship but still living together.
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From Big Spenders to Love Gurus, here's a list of five personality types you should avoid as a single parent. Instead of worrying over their "friendly advice," just smile, nod, and disregard anything they say to you.
New Trust Decanting in Massachusetts Ruling Allows Transfer to a Spendthrift Trust
A divorce attorney's collection of antique marriage licences speaks volumes about history and society.
Real estate billionaire Harry Macklowe offered half his fortune to his ex-wife Linda, but she has declined the offer.
Deciding on what to do with the family home often causes a lot of conflict between couples.
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