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.

The Game of Love

August 21, 2007

A new study reveals how you respond to situations in your relationship can ultimately determine how well you bond with your partner. A psychologist at the University of Illinois found that individuals who were prone to anxiety or avoided intimacy were more likely to push the relationship into a direction that leaned negative. Specific situations […]

Spring Cleaning to Replace Child Rearing?

July 19, 2007

In a recent survey administered by the Pew Research Center, the importance of children to a successful marriage has fallen to the eighth spot out of nine in total. While placing third on a similar 1990 survey, it seems children are no longer the most important component to a happy marriage. Ahead of having offspring […]

Divorce Hits Harder for Men or Women?

May 22, 2007

Women typically fare less financially than men after divorce. But a new study by Canada’s National Statistical Agency found that men take the separation harder than women. According to the study, men were six times more likely to report an episode of depression than men who remained married, compared to women who were only 3.5 […]