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September 2016 Archives

Do Sensationalized Wedding Dates Cause Higher Divorce Rates?

Of all the potential factors that could lead to a divorce, one that is rarely considered is the date of the wedding. However, a new report reveals that getting married on Valentine's Day or on unique dates such as 9/9/99 could come with an increased risk of the marriage ending in divorce.

Divorce issues with a child with special needs

According to a CDC study, around 1 in 110 children is diagnosed on the autism spectrum, while 1 in 10 is diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder/hyperactive disorder (ADD/ADHD). Unfortunately, these numbers mean that thousands of children with special needs go through a divorce every year. How does divorce affect these children? Is there a way to manage it? How should you approach it?

How to re-marry your ex-partner

Several experts are finding that ex-couples are re-marrying at increasing rates. Some marriage counselors even offer specialized programs to assist those couples with addressing the problems from their first marriage. Whether or not you should re-marry your ex-spouse depends on your particular situation. But if you are considering remarriage, here is some information to consider.

Reality T.V. star divorce gets complicated

Real Housewives of New York City star Jules Wainstein announced that she was withdrawing from the show after the first season. She cited her contentious divorce as the reason for her withdrawal. Specifically, she stated that she must focus on her family and on settling her personal matters.

An overview of interstate child custody disputes, Part 1

Child custody disputes can arise either during the divorce phase or afterward as an order seeking a modification to the child custody orders. Most of these disputes occur within the state in which you live. But, now and then, your ex-spouse may move to another state and try to initiate a child custody hearing in that other state. When that occurs, it is referred to as an interstate dispute.

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