Do you worry that your divorce will end up dragging along because you and your spouse can't agree on a specific issue that's related, like child support?
The advent of social media has changed numerous things about American society -- including what many people see as infidelity.
Money can't buy happiness. Money also can't buy a lasting marriage. That's the official word from researchers, at least.
As of 2015, same-sex marriages have been legal everywhere in the nation.
A lot of people eventually get a therapist if they're thinking about divorce...but they may not get exactly what they're looking for when they do.
Divorce is a family affair -- it affects everyone, including your children.
By the time two people are going through a divorce, there can be quite a bit of animosity and contention involved. In these difficult situations, it can also be all but impossible for parties to trust each other.
When should you think about divorce? Is it when your marriage has been on the rocks for a year or longer? Should you start thinking about it after only a couple months of trouble? Attorneys have actually long advocated "divorce planning" in the form of prenuptial agreements before a couple ever takes their vows.
A lot of same-sex couples who had been together for a long time celebrated the Supreme Court's declaration that gay marriage was legal by doing what a lot of other couples in love have done. They eloped.
Getting a divorce is a lot more complicated than just deciding that your marriage is truly over.