Divorce and Alimony, They are A-Changin’

February 29, 2008

According to a recent survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, women are more likely than men to use electronic evidence in their divorce. Divorce is changing and so is adultery. Some even argue that alimony is unconstitutional. I just read an interesting article from the Financial Times, Divorce is just not what it […]

Divorce and Electronic Data

February 14, 2008

According to a new survey, 88% of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers say an increasing number of people going through a divorce use electronic data as evidence that their spouse has been cheating on them, hiding assets, and more.

Higher Infidelity Rates Among Men

June 20, 2007

The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at Indiana University reported how approximately 20 to 25 percent of men compared to 10 to 15 percent of women have had an extramarital affair at least once during their marriage. Here are some of the factors associated with an increased risk: -having been part […]

Adultery in the U.S. vs. Europe

March 22, 2007

Do we perceive adultery different from our European counterparts? I just read an interesting article in Best Life magazine about how in the U.S. if a spouse commits adultery the marriage is ruined, but in Europe it’s just considered a bump in the relationship. Should we automatically write off our spouse if they commit adultery? […]