Signs of Infidelity

November 16, 2005

Newsday ran an interesting article about spousal cheating reporting a survey of 19,000 U.S. adults conducted between 1991 and 2004. Of those who participated in the survey, 13 percent of women and 22 percent of men reported having a sexual partner with someone other than their spouse while they were married. Click here to read […]

What Constitutes Cheating?

September 28, 2005

Where do you draw the line on cheating? A court in Belgium recently ruled that racy online chats were sufficent grounds to divorce, but weren’t necessarily adulterous. Reuters posted a brief about this today.Comments? Send an email.Kramer Vs. is supported by Rosen Law Firm as a service to the media and others interested in news […]

Adulterous Adults

September 22, 2005

What’s really killing the American family and destroying the sanctity of marriage? Some say it’s legalizing homosexual marriages. Others blame it on cohabitating before saying ‘I do’. An interesting guest opinion ran in The Illinois Leader entitled, Adultery is Killing the American Family. North Carolina is one of seven states that still allow lawsuits over […]

Same-Sex Adultery

August 31, 2005

Do same sex affairs count? A divorce was granted to a woman in Vancouver, Canada today after a judge decided that her husband’s affair with another man counted as adultery, which served as grounds for divorce. Click here to read an article about this. The judge had to modify the traditional definition of adultery known […]