WASHINGTON – The start of spring may mean warmer temperatures, but some marriages may find themselves in a deep chill. A new analysis finds that March is “Divorce Month,” with more filings and online searches…
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Getting divorced is difficult enough. Sharing too much information on social media can complicate matters, and even be used against you in the courtroom.
There are lots of things you can do in one day. You can go to a yoga class, see a movie, take a hike on a local trail — and even get a divorce.
Surviving the holidays is hard enough as people
juggle shopping, work and family. It gets even
more complicated when a married couple has filed
Married couples in the U.S. are divorcing at
higher rate than ever before.
Divorces are on the rise for couples older than
55 in the county dubbed the \”divorce capital of