From a legal perspective, a cohabiting couple is treated as being two individuals unless they explicitly specify they wish to be treated as a couple.
Filing for a divorce is extremely difficult and emotional even on regular terms, but when you’re an expatriate, it becomes even more challenging.
In most cases, mediation and collaborative law are well-suited to family disputes arising from addiction. These approaches can help reduce potential conflict with your spouse and, may allow you and your spouse to reach a resolution in a cost-effective and timely fashion.
Even in a no-fault divorce, you’ll have to choose a “grounds” for the divorce. Incompatibility is a commonly used ground.
We often look to celebrities for entertainment, inspiration, and tips on the latest trends. One can also learn a lot about divorce and what leads to it by looking at celebrity splits.
Here is the account of a child of divorce and her parent’s relationship: Divorce and Death
Grey divorce is a term referring to the demographic trend of an increasing divorce rate for older (“grey-haired”) couples who have been married often for many years.
When only one spouse earns the money, they are the breadwinning spouse. The spouse who does not earn money is the non-breadwinning spouse. But what happens during a divorce? How do you divide the money among the family? What should be done? Marlo Van Oors
Read this article to understand how important it is for divorcing spouses that are older to reach out to other divorce professionals, as health and a decrease of income due to retirement can impact your life after the judgement.
Referred to as “grey divorce,” many of these senior divorces (among those 50 years of age and older) happen after children leave the nest.