Collaborative Law Divorce
Writer/submitter Amy Spier writes:
Collaborative Law Divorce is rapidly becoming a popular alternative to traditional litigation. Its benefits are numerous, from the amount of money it can save, to the success rate of both parties having their primary concerns addressed.
California Easy Divorce
Writer/submitter Jean Mahserjian writes:
People ask whether a California "Easy Divorce" is possible. Sure it is - when both parties will work together to expedite the process. A California "Easy Divorce" will not be completed when the husband or the wife wants to dispute any of the issues. Just like other states, California has set rules that have to be followed before you can get a divorce. This fact is unavoidable.
Stress Studies Related to Divorce
Writer/submitter Kelly Kennedy writes:
Some recent academic studies have revealed some fascinating facts about stress and marriage/divorce. For instance:
Divorce and work-related stress can be a deadly combination for men. Men who get divorced and report a lot of career stress may be at a greater risk for heart problems. (State University of New York-Oswego / University of Pittsburgh, Feb. 2002)
Win-Win Divorce: An Oxymoron?
Writer/submitter Mindy L. Hitchcock writes:
The book known as A Course in Miracles says that a miracle is simply a shift in perception. By shifting your perception of divorce you can move from breakup to breakthrough.
"Uncontested Divorce; How Thinking About An Uncontested Divorce Figures Into Your Decision About Divorce"
Writer/submitter Karl Augustine writes:
An uncontested divorce is the most common type of divorce. An uncontested divorce is a divorce that occurs when there are no disagreements between spouses over divorce related issues like custody, finances, living arrangements, spousal support, child support, etc.