Blog Posts in June, 2020

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  • How Are Marital Debts Treated Upon Divorce?
    How Are Marital Debts Treated Upon Divorce?

    In many marriages, both spouses share ownership rights over the things they purchased while married. For example, when a married couple lives together in a house they purchased, furniture typically ...

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  • Will the Divorce Rate Spike Post-Coronavirus?
    Will the Divorce Rate Spike Post-Coronavirus?

    In just months, the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe by storm. The US, which currently leads the world in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases, has felt the impact of the coronavirus more keenly ...

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  • The Fundamental Right to Marry in the U.S.
    The Fundamental Right to Marry in the U.S.

    On December 10, 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), proclaiming a list of fundamental rights to which all humans are entitled regardless ...

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  • Health Considerations for Divorced Fathers
    Health Considerations for Divorced Fathers

    June not only marks the advent of the summer season but contains a week specifically designated as Men’s Health Awareness Week. In recognition of Men’s Health Awareness Week, June 15-21, 2020, this ...

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  • Child Support Modifications as COVID-19 Economic Relief
    Child Support Modifications as COVID-19 Economic Relief

    The recent COVID-19 outbreak has proven to be a global health crisis of unprecedented proportions. The rapid rate of its spread has forced the governments throughout all parts of the world to ...

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  • No-Fault Versus Fault-Based Divorce: Why Does It Matter?
    No-Fault Versus Fault-Based Divorce: Why Does It Matter?

    Marriage is a legal relationship that states have the authority and responsibility to regulate. Historically, the marital relationship was considered to be a sacred union that could only be dissolved ...

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