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From jealousy and infidelity to fights over money and in-law tensions, the top issues that couples fight about all have one thing in common.
What you need to know about filing taxes this year if you’re getting divorced, according to an estate planning attorney
Recent changes to tax law have made filing for those getting divorced look a little different. Here's what you should know.
Research shows that women are more likely to get divorced shortly after a promotion — and that’s not always a bad thing
The same study found that divorces following career boosts were most common in marriages where the wife was younger by a large margin.
In recent years, older Americans are more likely to have been divorced, separated, or in a second or later marriage than in previous decades.
‘Gray divorce’ — people getting divorced later in life — is on the rise. Here are an attorney’s insights on handling sep...
Divorce has declined in the US for everyone except couples over the age of 50, whose rate has doubled since 1990.
7 ways millennials are changing marriage, from signing prenups to staying together longer than past generations
Because many millennials fear divorce and are financially burdened, they're becoming strategic about love. And that's changing the idea of marriage.
Unsurprisingly, Married At First Sight, the reality TV show that marries two strangers, has seen its fair share of divorces over the years.
Divorcing in your 20s? These are the 4 questions you should ask yourself to make the process go smoother, according to a divorce lawyer.
As millennials — especially those between the ages of 25 and 35 — embrace the idea of "starter marriages," divorces are more common.
Researchers have pinpointed multiple factors that make it more likely a married couple will split up — from your level of education to when you marry.
Cuffing season is over, and filings for divorce are on the rise. Here’s a divorce lawyer’s advice on how to cope with a breakup.
Tax professionals and attorneys may advise couples to hold off on separating until after the new year for different financial reasons.