[This post originally appeared on BV Source in July 2009.] It’s natural to feel sad about divorcing. A marital separation or divorce can bring changes that cause stress or discomfort, at least for a while. Yet, recent research by a Harvard psychology professor has shown that the human brain contains a built-in capacity to recover happiness in a relatively short time. Prof. Daniel Gilbert is the author of the book […]
Yearly Archives: 2009
[This post originally appeared on BV Source in November 2009.] The winter holidays can be fun and relaxing, but at times they can also be stressful or disappointing. The downside of the holiday season is a special challenge for families who are experiencing divorce or separation. Here are a few tips to cope with the holiday season: 1. Keep your expectations realistic. People who are separated or divorced may have […]
The trial court granted Wife’s request to dissolve the marital status but refused to hear any economic claims such as spousal support, marital property or alimony.
Like lipstick on a man’s collar in days of yore, text messages are alerting spouses to their loved ones’ infidelity.
The Supreme Court of North Dakota has been asked to decide whether breast implants should be identified as marital property and valued for divorce purposes.
By letting the media firestorm subside, Woods might be able to preserve his valuable sponsorships, at least for a while. Given the stakes, wouldn’t it make sense to throw a little money her way?