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Is your spouse's social media use driving you towards divorce?

We live in an increasingly connected world in terms of the Internet. Today it seems that nearly everyone has at least one social media account. Increasingly, sites like Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are being used by the young and old alike to connect with old and new friends. According to a recent survey conducted by a U.K. law firm, in an attempt to stay more connected, many husbands and wives appear to be alienating their spouses.

Divorce rate among female service members declining

In a previous blog post, we discussed factors that may contribute to military divorces. For many military couples, a service member's deployment and months spent apart with little contact puts a tremendous strain on a marriage. Additionally, frequent relocations and the stresses associated with the nature of military service duty can also drive a wedge between some spouses.

Mistakes made during military divorces are common and costly: part II

In our last blog post we began discussing why individuals who are facing a military divorce would be wise to retain an attorney who is well-versed in the laws and rules that are specific to and govern military divorces. Specifically, we discussed matters that pertain to divorce filing requirements and military pensions. In this post, we'll continue to discuss issues that are unique to military divorces.

Mistakes made during military divorces are common and costly

Being in the military is about much more than just collecting a paycheck. The amount of time and commitment required by service members can put a tremendous strain on personal relationships and marriages. This is often especially true in cases where one's military service requires frequent moves and long-term deployments.

How does a military divorce differ from a civilian divorce?

Individuals who serve in the U.S. military have unique jobs that may require a move across country or deployment to another country. In cases where a military servicemember is called to active duty, military jobs require an individual's full time, attention and focus. For the spouses, children and other family members left behind; life must go on despite a loved one's absence.

Compassionate legal advocates, helping individuals realize and accomplish their divorce goals

Making the decision to divorce is one that many individuals struggle to make. In fact, many individuals contemplate filing for divorce for months or even years. Upon making the decision, it's important to hire a divorce attorney who has a thorough understanding of the divorce process and who has helped others in similar situations realize and accomplish their divorce goals.

Is your marriage bad for your heart?

Much has been written about the mind and body connection and how both positive and negative thoughts and emotions can have a favorable or adverse impact on an individual's overall health. This notion often becomes especially apparent as individuals age and one's life experiences and the affects of one's overall attitude and outlook manifest into health problems.

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