Does Fault Matter?
Date04 Jan 2017//
CategoriesBlog, Divorce & Family Law, Family Law
A recent Institute of Continuing Legal Education seminar titled, “Fault: Does it Ever Really Matter?” by Jade J. Edwards reviews the aspects of a divorce that can be influenced by determining fault. In the ICLE materials, Edwards wrote, “Michigan is... Read More →
Children Increase Marital Stability
Date20 Nov 2016///
So, does having lots of children increase marital stability? Yes and no. Statistics have shown that the optimal number of children to experience increased marital stability is between one and four. Childless couples and those with 5 or more children are... Read More →
Birth Order and Divorce Risk: Is there a link?
Date10 Nov 2016///
Does the Know-it-All big sis have a greater risk of getting divorced than the fun-loving youngest? How about a marriage between two middle children? Is there a birth order and divorce link? Psychologists often point to peculiar birth-order traits that help... Read More →
Emotional Abuse Can Impact Divorce Negotiations
Date01 Nov 2016///
The taboo topic of sexual assault has gotten media attention this election cycle. Regardless of how you feel about either candidate, it’s already been a rough road to Nov. 8. The glass-half-full perspective of this awful election season is that,... Read More →
Illusion of Happiness Can Cause Divorce
Date12 Sep 2016///
When the proverbial marital grass looks greener on the other side of the page Social Media – can’t live with it – can’t live without it. And apparently we can’t live with it and with our spouses. In yet another way that... Read More →