Most people associate divorce with young couples whose marriages, but over the past 20 years, the U.S. divorce rate for those over 50 has risen. This demographic trend has come to be known as “gray divorce.”
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Social Media & Divorce: an “Infidelity-Generating” Machine
Social media has become so prevalent in divorce proceedings that Facebook is known as an “infidelity-generating machine.”
How to Have a Good Divorce: 5 Tips to Smooth the Path Ahead
Is it possible to have a good divorce? The path to your divorce may include some twists and bumps, but these tips can help to make the journey a bit smoother.
This Attorney’s Secret to Success? His Background in Theatre
Seattle Divorce Services attorney Nathan Cliber attributes his success as an attorney just as much to his background in theatre as his time in law school.
Divorcing Teachers Face Unique Challenges
Navigating divorce while maintaining your job is difficult no matter your occupation, but divorcing teachers face some unique challenges, including co-parenting, talking to coworkers and HR, and changing their names.
How New Tax Laws Will Complicate Divorce in 2019
In 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law; and in 2019, some of the changes concerning divorce tax are taking effect. If you’re considering divorce, or even if you’re already divorced, learning about these divorce tax changes and how they could affect you is crucial.
Benefits of Shared Custody: Children’s Right and Parents’ Duty
Despite the proof of single parenting’s harmful effects and the many benefits of shared parenting, critics continue to oppose shared custody. Here’s why children of divorce benefit from growing up with both parents.
Why Shared Parenting After Divorce Is Optimal for Children
Studies have shown that children who spend 35% or more of their time with each parent have deeper bonds and a better relationship with both parents.
What Children of Divorce Really Think
Parents considering or beginning the process of divorce often torment themselves with the question of whether they ought to stay together for their children’s sake.
Divorce Litigation: When Is It Necessary and How Does It Work?
Going through a divorce is never easy. In complex cases or when couples can’t reach an agreement, divorce litigation may be necessary.
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