Amid the divorce horror stories that plaster grocery store tabloids and plague online news feeds with gritty details, a few glimmers of hope shine through: tales of healthy divorce where individuals make the careful choice to end their marriage gracefully and not spend years battling in court and ruining their lives.
The sudden change to Canada’s Divorce Act has required divorce lawyers to change the way they practice family law. The question is, will they do it?
Despite working under unprecedented difficulty, Probate and Family Court employees are doing their utmost to deliver the best possible service that prevailing circumstances permit.
When it comes to divorce in California, there are several options that a couple has to move forward.
From How to File and Survive a Divorce in California by Patricia C. Van Haren
The dust has now settled on Jeff Bezos’s high-profile divorce, and it’s not only provided the public with a behind-the-scenes look at the life of the world’s richest man but also an insight into the ins and outs of high-net-worth divorce cases.
When the #MeToo movement began trending on social media toward the end of 2017, it shook the bedrock of male-dominated industries. But what does this mean for marriages in America?
2019 has been yet another remarkable year for DivorceMag, and we have our authors and readers to thank! To say congratulations to our dedicated authors, and as a sign of thanks to our devoted readers, we decided to create a list of our top 10 posts for the first half of 2019.
It looks like Adele fans around the world may have some new material to look forward to in the near future – and the material could be more gut-wrenching and heartbreaking than ever before. Late last month, Adele (Adkins) and her husband, Simon Konecki, announced that they are splitting up after just two years of marriage.
The tragic tale of Dr. Elana Fric Shamji illustrates why victims of domestic violence shouldn’t file for divorce until they’ve secured a safe place for themselves and their children.