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Does Alimony 'Until Remarriage' Address Nonmarital Cohabitation?

Brad Reid | Posted 05.17.2016 | Divorce
Brad Reid

Alimony in a majority of states is not a matter of right. Rather the judge has broad discretion in considering the facts and ruling accordingly concerning the amount to be paid. Legislation, however, may specifically address cohabitation and the obligation to pay alimony. Always consult an experienced attorney concerning a specific state's law.

The 4 Stages Of A Dying Marriage

Becky Whetstone, Ph.D., "Doctor Becky" | Posted 05.06.2016 | Divorce
Becky Whetstone, Ph.D.,

Similar to the four stages of cancer, marriages that end deteriorate in four distinctive and predictable stages, and once a marriage moves from stage one to two, it will ultimately die if nothing is done about it.

3 Big Risks of Taking Back an Unfaithful Husband

Nancy Kay | Posted 09.28.2014 | Divorce
Nancy Kay

Are you considering trying to reconcile with your unfaithful husband? Although many women try at least once and many try several times to reconcile, you could be getting way more than you can deal with over the long run.

What You Should Know Before Meeting With A Divorce Lawyer

Lisa M. Gregg | Posted 05.14.2013 | Divorce
Lisa M. Gregg

Receiving a free consultation with an attorney can be extremely helpful, if you know how to make the most of the time.

Proof Your Partner May Be Thinking Of Leaving You

Posted 02.16.2013 | Divorce

Excerpted from the book THE NORMAL BAR. Copyright © 2013 by Chrisanna Northrup, Pepper Schwartz, and James Witte. Published by Harmony, an Imprint of...

Why I Walked Away From A Perfect Marriage

Jennifer Nagy | Posted 05.03.2012 | Divorce
Jennifer Nagy

While it sounds nonsensical to have made the decision to leave and then feel upset, I know now that many women find themselves in this situation. I assume that often it isn't discussed because of a fear of how others will react.