Adultery Is Still A Crime In Some States And Not Only A Top Reason For Divorce
28 March 2016
Adultery remains one of the top reasons couples get divorced in the United States. While some couples are able to get past it and work out their problems, there are many who deem it a much too difficult indiscretion to get past. Did you know that adultery is still illegal in some states? Criminal charges for affairs include fines, jail time, or both.
Arizona's laws on adultery could send you or your spouse to jail for up to a month.
Getting Remarried? 3 Legal Considerations Before Doing So
24 March 2016
When you went through your first divorce, you probably swore up and down that you would never get hitched again so that you would never have to go through the heartache again. But time heals most wounds and you have come across the perfect man or woman and you think you're ready to say those nuptials again, but should you or should you just cohabitate forever? Luckily, there are a few things that you can do to avoid past mistakes down the road while still being able to enjoy the happiness that remarriage:
Three Instances That Might Land Your Divorce In Court
20 March 2016
If you are going through a divorce, you might be hoping that this will be an amicable and easy process. There can be some major roadblocks that can make a seamless divorce nearly impossible. Here are three instances where coming to an agreement outside of court might be impossible.
1. Custody Differences
If your ex suddenly changes from being a team player to saying untruthful things about your ability to raise your children, this is a bad sign.
Filing For Divorce When Addiction Is A Factor
18 March 2016
Recognizing and confronting alcoholism in your spouse can be one of the most difficult things you will ever need to do, but it is an important first step in reclaiming your life, prosperity and happiness. If you have already attempted to help your spouse and have explored addiction treatment options, you may be left with no choice but to end your marriage to protect yourself and any children you have together.