In our post you’ll find the Spend of Male Members on Ashley Madison as well as the Average Spend by User in Top 100 Cities. If you click through you’ll see how we’ve ranked the average spend per user in the Top 100 cities in our list.
According to new research, just under seven percent of Americans have checked to see if their partner is on the Ashley Madison user list. A survey of 1,500 people from across the U.S. shows that the vast majority of Americans – 93.3 percent – have chosen not to look for their loved one’s information in any database or are not… read more
As we’ve discussed, technology has made its way into divorce courts as it’s become a part of everyday life.
For a person who is married at a young age and divorces within a relatively short period of time, he or she has many youthful years to consider a second marriage. Of course, anyone who is going into marriage having been through divorce, there is probably a lot of knowledge gained between the two events.
Throughout the course of this blog, divorce has generally been discussed in terms of basic marriage agreements. Under these circumstances, an individual doesn’t need a specific reason to file for divorce. In other words, it is a no-fault arrangement.
Same-sex marriage is among the hottest topics in the country right now. Every week, it seems, there is a new development in legislative and judicial efforts to expand marriage rights to include all couples.
In the previous post, we discussed an important issue that might face many couples as they approach divorce: What happens to inherited property?
When a person designates estate beneficiaries, it’s a very intentional move. Creating a will for the purpose of distributing assets and property is all about creating a legacy. For many people, this means providing for loved ones after passing away.
No matter how you cut it, divorce introduces change into lives of couples seeking to split up. Families that once relied on the contributions — financial and otherwise — of two adults are split in two. This can obviously create financial challenges, particularly if one spouse has a higher income than the other.
Let’s continue the discussion of procedures used in Arizona for courts to get input from others when making custody decisions.