Researchers who are looking for the underlying social causes of divorce is nothing new, but their focus seems to be shifting away from childhood and family factors and toward technology and social media. Although there is no overarching reason behind every divorce in the United States, these studies can help people understand their relationship with […]
For years, sociologists and statisticians have told us that the divorce rate peaked in the 1980s and has been decreasing ever since. However, most divorce attorneys would tell you that those claims seem unlikely, especially considering that they gain more clients with every passing year.
No one who is divorced will tell you that it is an easy process, especially when it comes to the emotional side of the split, but there are some things that you have to look forward to once your divorce is over. It’s easy to get stuck only thinking about the negatives or stewing on […]
According to the Huffington Post, the number of divorces may be increasing steadily rather than decreasing as previously speculated. Most experts claim that the decrease began in the 1970s and has continued through until today, but a close inspection at the methods used to make this claim may disprove it entirely. Although the overall divorce […]
The toughest parts about divorce have nothing to do with the divorce process. Instead, they involve the emotional hardship and logistics of splitting from your spouse. It’s devastating when someone you love or have loved removes themselves from your life, and even more so when you remove yourself from theirs. As such, it’s tempting to […]
Divorce is rarely an easy decision, and it’s often difficult to know where the threshold for the end of a marriage lies and when you’ve crossed it. If divorce seems like it is becoming an option, it is important to take a few moment out of your day to decide what that means and how […]