As with any other life-altering decision, you should take your time and think things through before you finalize your divorce.
If you’re divorcing someone with an addiction, it can have an impact on your divorce. See the five ways below.
Even in a no-fault divorce, you’ll have to choose a “grounds” for the divorce. Incompatibility is a commonly used ground.
If your spouse has cheated it would benefit you to take some time to discover the legal implications of their infidelity.
Divorce is an emotional and stressful process. However, there are a number of important decisions you have to make, and this Q&A could help you make more informed choices as you navigate the divorce process.
Want to secretly record your spouse for evidence in your divorce? According to Robyn E. Ross, you may need to think again.
Are you in a bad marriage but avoiding divorce? Facing the fact that your marriage is failing and you’re staying for all the wrong reasons is a difficult reality to come to terms with.
Being married to someone with a drug or alcohol addiction makes life and marriage hard to navigate. Given the loss of trust and the lack of honest communication, is it any wonder that many of these marriages end in divorce?
For couples with a marriage on the rocks, summer can provide the opportunity to take a hard look at their relationship and then make a decision: to try to repair their marriage or to separate.
Whatever our brain decides is the primary justification for remaining in a bad relationship, most of these boil down to a handful of reasons why we stay in unhappy marriages. Here are the top three.