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Even the divorce settlements are bigger in Texas

When settling a divorce, most issues in need of resolution amount to very simple questions of "what?," "who?," and "how?" One other important distinction, that of "where?" should also be anticipated by those couples who are divorcing, regardless of whether they are already quite far along with the process or have yet to even file for separation.

A tale of two courts: dual citizenship and divorce

Today's world is globalizing at an unprecedented pace. Communication tools, economic ties, and a popular culture that is no longer fenced off by national borders have made it easier and more likely for people from different nations to meet and marry. While the increasingly international aspect of families has many positive qualities, the same aspect can make separation a legal headache.

NASA star finishes third divorce

As Americans continue to live longer and longer, many re-evaluate their commitments and responsibilities as they enter life's later years. For some, separating from a spouse, even after decades of marriage, may eventually become necessary for a freer, happier 50s, 60s 70s, and even 80s. Separation amongst older Americans, a trend dubbed "gray divorce," has been steadily on the rise in recent years.

Pregnancy complicates celeb divorce

The desire to see other people frequently drives a divorce process, taking spouses from an unsatisfying marriage to a happier, freer life with their new partner(s). However, factors such as shared property, children, and general disagreement over the terms of a divorce can often frustrate the process, making it difficult for one or both spouses to begin their new life.

Long-separated celebrities finally begin divorce

For many, the prospect of beginning a divorce may not be an appealing one. Financial upheaval, drawn-out personal grievances, and a new life as a divorcee are all intimidating to say the least. However, carrying on a marriage after it has become defunct can be especially detrimental to the inevitable life beyond it.

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