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Marrying or divorcing a trust fund beneficiary in California?

Lisa and Jean had fairy tale weddings and lived luxury lifestyles throughout their marriages. Both lived in multi-million dollar homes in Napa and San Francisco, drove Porsches, had nannies and housekeepers, and spent school holidays at exotic destinations. Both also … Continue reading

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Divorcing Because You're Not On the Same Page

It’s true, a lot of divorces are the result of infidelity on one or both of the spouses’ parts and because of financial problems, but there are plenty of other reasons why marriages fail. In the United States, approximately 50 … Continue reading

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Resolving Disputes Between Divorcing New York Spouses Regarding the Outcome of Unused Frozen Embryos

Today, the definition of “family” is wider-ranging than it’s ever been before. Along with that truth is the connected fact that the issues faced by the courts and couples going through divorce and other family law issues span a broader … Continue reading

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Divorcing Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder

Divorce is difficult for almost any couple but divorcing a spouse with Borderline Personality Disorder may be exponentially more difficult. Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mental illness marked by an ongoing pattern of varying moods, self-image, and behavior. It … Continue reading

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Loveless – What Happens When A Divorcing Couple Can’t Escape A Conflict Trap? A Mediator’s Review

The Russian film Loveless, directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev, is an intense, provocative drama that can be viewed on many levels.    It is a comment on what happens when a marriage breaks down as well as a critique of modern Russian … Continue reading

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