Can Common-Law Spouses Get Divorced?

In some cultures, getting married first before building a family and having children is important. For one, marriage is a legal union between two persons who are supposed to love each other for the rest [...]

What Should You NOT Do During a Divorce?

Undergoing a divorce can be one of the most stressful moments in one’s life. No newly-married couple would ever think about getting divorced. But for many couples, the word “forever” is apparently not in their [...]

Things to Consider Before Divorcing a Foreign Spouse

Love will come to you when you least expect it. Or in some cases, who and where you least expect it. Most people get married to their high school sweethearts or a family friend. But [...]

What You Need To Know About Same-Sex Divorce

Everyone, regardless of gender, deserves to love and to be loved. At the end of the day, we are all humans who are capable of loving and being loved by someone. Gone are the days [...]

‘Important Facts You Need to Know About Spousal Support

Divorce can be a painful reality for many couples. For one, they have to deal with the tedious process of divorce settlements. Divorcing couples can also expect that the entire process can take some time. [...]

What to Expect When You are Planning to Divorce in Later Life

Just when you think long-time married couples stay and grow old together, it doesn’t always happen. For some reason, their decades-long marriage still ends up in divorce. This can come as an utter shock among [...]

Do You Need A Divorce Mediator?

A divorce case can involve a roller-coaster of emotions between the couple. It can take some time to be finalized. That is why couples should consider the implications of divorce in case one or both [...]

DIY Divorce – Is It Possible?

Ending a marriage can be one of the hardest decisions a couple would have to make. It may not be easy to break the promise of staying “for richer and for poorer, in sickness and [...]

Divorce vs. Separation vs. Annulment: Know the Difference

When you got married, you promised to stick to your spouse “for richer and for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do you part.” You live in marital bliss for years. Then you [...]