Couples are getting divorced over excessive smartphone or computer usage (addiction to Facebook could end your marriage). Other husbands and wives are agreeing to a social media prenup to try to prevent Twitter and its ilk from pervading their union. And in many divorce cases, the digital trail plays a major role in the divorce … The Smartphone Divorce: Should You Really Trail Your Spouse with an App?
You’re divorced or preparing to divorce. Your child is preparing to go college. Money is inevitably on your mind. Your divorce will affect your child’s chances of receiving college financial aid, but whether your split works in your favor depends on many factors, including the school your child chooses, the type of financial aid forms … How Your Michigan Divorce Affects Your Child’s College Financial Aid
We know about the “dating” sites for those who are seeking to have an affair. And we know that sexting, hookup apps, and social media platforms have made it easy for people to connect with others in relatively quiet ways, even if they’re married to someone else. Technology has made it far easier for infidelity … Technology Makes Infidelity Easier, but People Still Aren’t OK with Cheating
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger? Turns out, what doesn’t kill you could ultimately end your marriage, at least if you’re a woman. A new study from Iowa State University reports that marriages are more likely to end in divorce when wives get sick. Perhaps “in sickness and in health” is a tougher vow … When the Wife Gets Sick, Is Divorce Inevitable?
As another year comes to a close, it’s always interesting to revisit 2014 divorce news and marriage news, particularly statistics about divorce and remarriage. There will be plenty of lists of celebs who got hitched and split up, but this post looks at the behavior of “normal” couples and individuals nationwide.
Holidays can be highly charged occasions in the best of times, but when you’re celebrating Christmas with your newly blended family, emotions are inevitably heightened. So how do you make it work when your kids will be putting up two trees in two homes? When you’re mixing your children with your new spouse’s children? When … Post-Divorce: Successfully Blending Families During the Holidays
Divorce can be an expensive process, so it’s only natural that people look for ways to trim costs. But rather than cutting back on spending or editing the monthly budget in order to save money and adjust to a more modest lifestyle, many individuals choose to embark on a do-it-yourself (DIY) divorce in an effort … Just Say No to the DIY Divorce
Not long ago, the belief was that couples who lived together before marriage were more likely to get divorced. Turns out, exactly the opposite is true, and living together before getting hitched could potentially make your relationship last longer. Research published in the Population Research and Policy Review journal states that couples who live together … Living Together First? Your Marriage Is More Likely to Last