Tag Archives: Divorces

Evidence Suggests Fortnite Causing Divorces

Marriage should be a partnership in which both parties enjoy spending time with one another. Couples do not have to be together constantly for a healthy marriage, and some alone time is good for each person so they can pursue … Continue reading

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How the 10/10 Rule Applies to Retired Military Divorces in Arizona

As any divorced service member can attest, military divorces are different than civilian divorces. Whether you or your spouse are active duty or a retired veteran, your case will involve special considerations in areas like marital assets, retirement income, and … Continue reading

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How Quitclaim Deeds Work in Arizona Divorces

Dividing assets and liabilities in a divorce can be an excruciating process, especially when it comes to the family home. Unlike bank accounts and retirement plans, you can’t just divide a house down the middle. The issue can be even … Continue reading

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Social Media Cited as a Rising Factor Behind Many Divorces

While it may seem farfetched to say that social media is the direct cause of broken relationships, according to a 2013 study published in the published in the Journal of Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, individuals who spend more time … Continue reading

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Bonnie Frost mentioned in The Atlantic article, “How Divorces Work for the Super-Wealthy”

As seen in The Atlantic on January 10, 2019 Jeff Bezos is splitting up with his wife—which means they have an estimated $137 billion in assets to divvy up. “In states without community-property laws, the default is a principle called … Continue reading

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