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  • Couples
  • Another reason may be that couples stay together until the children leave the house, a daughter may be getting married, so her parents wait until after her wedding to file for divorce. (news24.com)
  • Some divorced couples may also consider keeping (or purchasing) life insurance on the spouse who has the primary responsibility for raising the children. (iii.org)
  • Couples going through a divorce need to make sure that they take into account both the need to care for aging parents and dependent siblings as well as the cost of this insurance when assessing needs and allocating assets. (iii.org)
  • Financial professionals whose work overlaps that of attorneys in helping divorcing couples now have an easy way to stay up to date. (prweb.com)
  • Although its Louisville-based author Diana Skaggs tracks Kentucky divorce and family law, her blog has a nation-wide scope, staying abreast of developments in these practice areas across the U.S. For American mediators who work closely with divorcing couples and families, this blog, published by a mediation-friendly attorney, is a must-read stop on the web. (prweb.com)
  • While the health consequences of divorce are well known, researchers wanted to see how marriage in couples age 50 and older was affected when one spouse developed a serious health condition like cancer, heart disease, lung disease or stroke. (aarp.org)
  • For many couples infidelity is a milepost on the road to divorce because it shatters the trust essential to marriage. (divorcesource.com)
  • settlement
  • The issue that is likely to dictate where the divorce should take place will be the level of financial settlement you can expect to receive, and whether there are matters to be decided in relation to the children. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • Kardashian appeared in a Los Angeles court on Friday April 12, 2013 for a mandatory settlement hearing in her divorce case from Humphries. (yahoo.com)
  • For example, if one party leaves and receives the jewelry in the divorce settlement, the insurer will need to know whether to cancel any special coverage for expensive jewelry. (iii.org)
  • In my practice as a Divorce Financial Strategistâ„¢ , I am seeing more and more that not only can social networks and digital communications contribute to the breakup of a marriage, they can have unforeseen consequences in divorce settlement negotiations, as well. (forbes.com)
  • expat
  • Statistics on expat divorce rates are hard to come by and unsurprisingly, this isn't something companies publicise when hiring from overseas ("Come work with us! (telegraph.co.uk)
  • Recent figures from Dubai confirmed that expat divorce was on the rise, and researchers are working on similar studies in the US and Europe. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • adultery
  • Additionally, in Native American societies, adultery is grounds, but other considerations are factored into the divorce equation. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, under Jewish interpretation of the Law of Moses, a man had the right to divorce his wife if she found disfavor in his eyes or for 'uncleanness' (adultery or other reasons). (lightplanet.com)
  • 1970s
  • In the 1970s, no-fault grounds gained favor in many states, and in 2010, New York became one of the last of the fifty states to allow no-fault divorces even in cases where there was no mutual consent to the divorce. (wikipedia.org)
  • Statistics
  • The country has the fourth highest divorce rate in Europe, far outstripping the UK, and the latest figures from Statistics Denmark show that 42.7 per cent of marriages ended in divorce. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • Nobody wants to get divorced, but those statistics that get passed around make it seem like it's an almost inevitable consequence of getting married. (womansday.com)
  • couple
  • Several states require that the couple must live apart for several months before being granted a divorce. (wikipedia.org)
  • It's easy to fall for this when you constantly see headlines about your favorite once-married couple engaged in a "multi-million dollar divorce. (womansday.com)
  • The agreement can identify the court that the couple wish to deal with their divorce and which law should be applied. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • Within the EU, a member state will be competent to deal with the divorce if the couple are both nationals of that state - or in the case of England and Ireland are domiciled there - and/or either or both of them are resident there. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • A divorced couple will need to decide who gets which car. (iii.org)
  • When a couple divorces, these obligations generally still exist and life insurance should be considered as part of the final divorce decree. (iii.org)
  • If a divorced couple is purchasing life insurance to provide financial protection for the children and money is tight, they may want to consider purchasing term coverage rather than whole life. (iii.org)
  • Well, this is depressing: A new study finds that an older couple is more likely to divorce if the wife gets seriously ill, but not if the husband does. (aarp.org)
  • potentially
  • It will be essential to get specialist advice in all locations where a divorce could potentially take place, as financial settlements can vary greatly. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • abroad
  • The location of your assets must be taken into consideration, along with their liquidity, and thought should to be given to whether the country dealing with the divorce will be able to successfully enforce its orders abroad. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • Careful
  • We've discussed ways social media can trip up your husband, but you also need to be exceedingly careful with your own online activity during divorce. (forbes.com)
  • people
  • Divorce Online is for people involved in, or facing the prospect of, divorce. (kidshealth.org)
  • He explained that Moses had permitted divorce only 'because of the hardness of your hearts' and because the people could not live the higher law of eternal marriage, 'but from the beginning it was not so' (Matt. (lightplanet.com)
  • Since February 1st, 1997 (when we initially launched Divorcesource.com) we have helped millions of people contemplating or experiencing divorce. (divorcesource.com)
  • time
  • The Church distinguishes between (1) civil marriages, which are valid for 'time' (until divorce or the death of one spouse), and (2) temple marriages, or sealings, solemnized by proper ecclesiastical authority, which are binding for 'time and all eternity' if the participants are obedient to the gospel (see Marriage: Eternal). (lightplanet.com)
  • Without a cancellation of sealing, divorced members may remarry for time only (see Sealing: Cancellation of). (lightplanet.com)
  • Alimony is money that one spouse is legally obligated to pay the other, either over time or in one lump sum, agreed upon at the time of the divorce. (womansday.com)
  • Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry is getting divorced for the second time, it was announced today. (dailymail.co.uk)
  • Divorce can have a serious impact on one's credit standing, both in terms of dividing joint debt that exists at the time of divorce and expenses that come with starting over. (iii.org)
  • rate
  • But despite the high divorce rate - or perhaps because of it - Danes rank highest in Europe for overall life satisfaction and a recent World Happiness Report put Denmark at number one. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • Records of the number of divorces granted between 1847 and 1877 show a relatively high rate of divorce for polygamous marriages. (lightplanet.com)
  • From that ominous 50% divorce rate to pre-wedding cohabitation's effect on marriage, read on as experts clarify the seven most popular misconceptions about splitting up. (womansday.com)
  • In fact, the divorce rate has been steadily decreasing since the 1980s, according to the National Marriage Project . (womansday.com)
  • Roughly 67% to 80% of second marriages end in divorce, while third marriages crumble at an even higher rate, says Opperman. (womansday.com)
  • possible
  • You must ask yourself if you have done everything possible to avoid divorce. (news24.com)
  • In the event that you are living outside of the EU and are nationals of another country then it is possible that there may be more than one court able to deal with your divorce. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • sure
  • As Train Lady put it: "Do not feel sorry for us - sure, we get divorced a lot, but we are also free. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • Even though studies show slightly different rates, one thing's for sure-giving marriage another go definitely ups the chances of divorce. (womansday.com)
  • members
  • Data from a 1981 Church membership survey in the United States show that 16 percent of members (as compared to 23 percent of U.S. whites, statistically the most comparable group) had been divorced (Goodman and Heaton, p. 93). (lightplanet.com)
  • Divorce is a qualifying life event that permits you to change benefits elections, covered eligible family members, and beneficiaries (if applicable). (pensions.org)
  • likely
  • Latter-day Saints in Canada, Great Britain, Mexico, and Japan were more likely than their respective national populations to be divorced. (lightplanet.com)
  • In other words, if you already know how to get divorced, the more likely you see it as an option. (womansday.com)
  • If the divorce isn't likely to go as smoothly, she and Raso suggest mediation as a more affordable route. (womansday.com)