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Study points to professions that may increase risk of divorce

There have been many studies that seek to answer the question behind why some marriages do not survive. In the United States, it is estimated that approximately 20 percent of marriages will end in divorce within the first five years while 48 percent will end within 20 years. There are many factors behind why California residents may seek a divorce, though one recent study is pointing to one possible contributing reason.

Divorce: How to get it done

Every year, numerous couples in California choose to end their relationships and move on to bigger and better things. If you are among that group this year, you probably have a number of questions about the divorce process and how to best go about it. The good thing about the divorce process is that there is more than one way to get it done.

Key domestic violence statistics and facts

One of the most difficult topics to discuss may be abuse and violence within intimate relationships. Sadly, reports of domestic violence have only increased over time and do not show signs of decreasing. California residents who are struggling with this serious problem are not alone in their suffering and can reach out for assistance.

Ex-spouse shares her experience with a military divorce

Those who are married to a military member often endure many changes in their lives as well as the sacrifices that come with deployments and relocation. This may make a military marriage more difficult than a civilian union. Furthermore, obtaining a military divorce when the relationship is no longer sustainable may require more effort than a non-military dissolution. California residents who are contemplating a divorce may benefit from the assistance of a professional who is knowledgeable about military procedures.

Musician settles divorce with ex-wife for more than $6 million

Those who are involved in the entertainment field are often envied for their opulent lifestyles. Unfortunately, when their marriages come to an end, they may struggle to work out a settlement agreement that allows them to maintain the lifestyle to which they have become accustomed. California residents may be concerned about how the state's divorce laws will impact their own settlement agreements.

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