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While it might sound silly to say, there is no age requirement for getting a divorce—at least not for a legally valid marriage. Most people tend to think of divorce as something that relatively older couples have to contend with, … Continue reading

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The purpose of divorce is to separate two peoples’ lives that have been intertwined through marriage. When two people get married, they not only combine their personal lives but also their financial lives. In order to divide them again during … Continue reading

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If you have been considering filing for divorce, you probably have many questions and concerns. One such question may be “Will I have to make support payments to my ex-spouse?” Spousal support, also called spousal maintenance or alimony, helps limit the negative … Continue reading

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If you are considering divorcing your spouse, you probably have many questions. One of them may be the question of how you and your spouse’s property will be divided after you split. You may be wondering to yourself, “Who will stay … Continue reading

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During a divorce, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer amount of paperwork and legal requirements that must be managed and met. Few procedures are more likely to provoke this reaction than discovery, simply because the scope of … Continue reading

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Sociologists and relationship experts have long known that children whose parents are divorced are more likely to get divorced later in life compared to children from “intact” families. Many have speculated that this was due to such children spending their … Continue reading

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It seems as if everyone is getting divorced nowadays: young couples, those who have been married 50 years or more, celebrities, and politicians. Despite the rise in divorce rates across many different demographics, there are still many misconceptions that people … Continue reading

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In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a medical procedure in which an egg is fertilized outside of the body and implanted in the hopes of achieving a viable pregnancy. Many couples attempt to conceive a child for years naturally and with … Continue reading

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Many divorcing spouses have surprisingly few assets to divide in this day and age. Couples may execute a prenuptial agreement to do so preemptively, or they may simply keep most of their assets separate. However, when a couple have high-value … Continue reading

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In a perfect world, true love would have no borders, but we do not live in a perfect world. If you wish to marry someone who is a national of another country, you may do so, but there are numerous … Continue reading

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