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New York divorce reform proves costly for affluent couples

After many years of trying without success to change the way divorces are conducted in New York, legislators passed a law in 2010 giving New Yorkers long-awaited access to no-fault divorce. But ...
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New study: more divorced or separated women living (happily) alone

It's no secret that attitudes about divorce have changed dramatically in just a few generations. Divorce no longer carries the stigma it once did, and many individuals go on to lead even happier ...
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Boomer divorce rates spike, highlighting unique needs

Baby boomers have started divorcing so frequently in recent years that the trend has earned its own nickname: gray divorce. According to a study conducted by Bowling Green University, divorce among ...
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Mediation may be a better option, especially for your employer

Divorce is a process that signifies more than just the end of a marriage; it also leads to a change in lifestyle. From potentially shifting to a single income and moving into a new home, the end of a ...
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