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October 2014 Archives

Will finding your iPhone find you a divorce?

When a relationship begins to fail, they say trust is the first causality. And with trust gone, in an age of mobile digital devices, there's an app for that. As more and more of people's lives are encompassed and controlled by their smartphones, they have become a more significant tool that both enables infidelity and cheating and allows the indiscretions to be brought to light.

What happens to your Will when you divorce?

When decide to hire a matrimonial attorney in New York to obtain a divorce, you understand some of the complication that will occur. You will no longer be living with your spouse. This may entail your finding a new place to live, or perhaps they will move out and you will retain the family residence. Or you both may determine that holding on to the current residence is unrealistic or unnecessary.

Grandmother wants a divorce?

Previous generations of those over age 60 rarely divorced. It simply was not done. For religious, cultural and societal reason divorce among grandparents was virtually unheard. No longer. Recent studies, in part begun by the ending of Al and Tipper Gore's marriage, have found that "gray divorce" is no longer a statistical outlier.

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