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Posts tagged "Family Law"

Are you and your spouse growing apart?

One common reason for a divorce is simply that two people grow apart over time. The relationship seems to fizzle out and die. Neither one of them can point to a certain event -- a missed anniversary, a string of questionable text messages to a co-worker -- that brought on the divorce, but they still know that's where they're headed.

Reasons people do not leave an abusive relationship

People often stay in abusive relationships for far too long. When you just read the statistics or look at one of these relationships from the outside, it can be very hard to understand. Why wouldn't they leave? Why do they stay with someone who commits domestic violence?

Is it common to think about getting a divorce?

The first time that divorce crosses your mind, you feel a bit shocked. Maybe you grew up thinking that divorce should never be the answer. Maybe you don't know anyone personally who ended their marriage. You feel like you're nearly alone just to consider the option.

Adoption can help children move forward with their lives

There are many reasons to consider adopting a child. Perhaps you and your spouse cannot have kids naturally. Maybe you want a child but you don't want to go through the physical difficulty of pregnancy. Perhaps you're a step-parent and you're thinking of adopting your spouse's child from a previous relationship.

10 issues that can end your marriage

Divorce does not have to take you by surprise. In many cases, you can see the red flags from a mile away. You have been dealing with these issues in your marriage all along. They finally got to the point that they caused you to split up. That doesn't mean they're new.

Why do married couples use post-nuptial agreements?

Prenuptial agreements, as the name implies, happen before you get married. In fact, that's one of the key points when you draft one: It has to happen long enough before the wedding that it doesn't look like either party signed it in a rush or under duress.

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