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Studies On The Reasons For Divorce Revealed

There are so many reasons why people get divorced it is difficult to focus on very specific issues that affect all couples. Because couples and marriages are so different, the reasons for marital breakups are equally as diverse. In fact, there were a number of studies based on potential problems that were published last year. Cultural changes are leading to more divorces – According to a Bowling Green State University study, the number of divorced women in the United States is growing. In fact, 15 percent of women are divorced are separated in 2013, compared to less than one percent… Read More

How To Move On From A Divorce

For some divorcees in Omaha, moving on from a divorce can be just as difficult as dealing with the divorce itself. After all, a divorce is a major life change that most see as a major failing in life. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. What may be the end of a relationship may be the beginning of something better in life. Nevertheless, the key to enjoying the benefits of such a change come with making changes within. Indeed, we are not licensed therapists, but through our experience as divorce attorneys we have found several steps that divorcees… Read More

How To Shore Up Your Defenses Before Starting A Divorce

In sports, commentators may sometimes say that the best defense is a good offense. This may also hold true in the world of family law, especially when it comes to divorces and child custody matters. Essentially, being proactive in preparing for your case is a good strategy and can help defend against emotionally charged allegations of fraud or abuse. So what can a potential divorcee do to protect themselves? This post will highlight three good (and proactive) defenses. Have the right mental approach – Indeed, divorces can be emotionally difficult, given that you pledged to build a life with someone and… Read More

Basic Etiquette For Prenuptial Agreements

During the holiday season, it is common for marriage proposals to be given (and accepted). Christmas Day and New Year’s Day are very popular days to “pop the question.” As newly engaged couples bask in the surprise and excitement of such a momentous occasion, they may have many questions to answer about their big day (e.g. the wedding venue, colors to be involved, caterers and guest lists). However, some people may be genuinely concerned about whether a prenuptial agreement is necessary. Moreover, they may be concerned over how to broach the topic. This post will provide some helpful tips for introducing discussions… Read More