Getting A Divorce In Nevada

Nevada has three grounds for divorce. Two are no-fault grounds: (1) incompatibility, and (2) when the husband and wife have lived separate and apart for one year without cohabitation, the court may grant an absolute decree of divorce at the suit of either party.  The only fault ground is insanity existing for two years prior […]

Getting A Pennsylvania Divorce

Pennsylvania is a mixed state regarding the grounds for divorce.  You can file for divorce in Pennsylvania using no-fault or fault grounds.  The no-fault grounds for divorce are on the application of either party, when husband and wife have without interruption for two years lived separate and apart.  Fault grounds for Pennsylvania divorce include: Committed […]

Divorce In North Carolina

North Carolina is a mixed state regarding the grounds for divorce.  You can file for divorce in North Carolina using no-fault or fault grounds.  The no-fault grounds for divorce are on the application of either party, when husband and wife have, without interruption for one year, lived separate and apart.  Fault grounds for North Carolina […]

Mississippi Divorce

Mississippi is a mixed state regarding the grounds for divorce.  You can file for divorce in Mississippi using no-fault or fault grounds.  The no-fault ground for divorce is irreconcilable differences.  Fault grounds for Mississippi divorce include: Impotence Committing adultery Incarceration Abuse of alcohol or drugs Insanity for up to three years Wife being pregnant by […]

What Is Mediation?

Mediation is a legal process by which two opposing parties agree to take their dispute to an impartially-trained mediator in an attempt to resolve their disputes without the need for a drawn-out court process. In mediation, each side presents their position to the mediator. There are usually some joint sessions and sessions where each party […]

Divorce Statistics—Everything But The Kitchen Sink…

Statistics on divorce are as varied as there are reasons for getting divorced. One of the basic sources for divorce statistics is the United States Census Bureau. The Census Bureau does not keep yearly statistics; however, their statistics can give you a view for trends in 10-year cycles. For instance, in 1990 there were 2,443,500 […]

Divorce Law

Although the right to a divorce is not a matter of constitutional or legal right, various states permit it in order to benefit the public interest. In order to insure that a divorce is what both parties desire, it is not uncommon in several states for there to be a mandatory waiting period between the […]

Divorce Advice For Women

In recent years the percentage of marriages that end in a divorce is around 50%. This means that a lot of women are going through the divorce process at any given time. This is usually a long and stressful ordeal for any woman to undertake. Here is some advice to help women get through the […]