Grey Divorce

Grey divorce is a growing trend.  Seniors are now realizing that here is no reason to stay in a long, bad marriage.  People live longer today, and the reality is that you might as well enjoy every minute of the time you have!  This gives more seniors reasons to get a divorce even after 30 or 50 […]

Extortion for Cheaters

About 37 million potential adulterers who were exposed when the Ashley Madison cheating website was hacked in August now have to contend with email threats. Not to mention their angry spouses who may have found out! Ashley Madison is infamous for providing unfaithful spouses a platform for illicit trysts. Can you imagine opening up your […]

Break Up App

At the end of the year or the beginning of a new year people seem to think it’s a good time to “clean house” and break up with someone they’re in a relationship with but whom they’re not happy with or realize that the relationship is going nowhere. They want to start the new year […]

Divorce And Your Home

When a couple is getting a divorce they need to decide what to do with their home. This can be a major decision, especially when they share the mortgage. When there is equity in the home, each spouse wants to take a share as part of the divorce settlement agreement. But if one person wants […]

Changing Your Name After Marriage

According to an Upshot analysis of data from multiple sources, the practice of keeping one’s maiden name after marriage—which declined sometime in the 1980’s or 1990’s—has begun rising again. Women are choosing to keep their maiden names more for practical reasons than political ones. For many women, sociologists say, keeping their maiden names has lost […]

Have You Been Ghosted?

Ghost is a word that refers to ending a relationship (or romantic relationship) by cutting off all contact and ignoring the former “friend’s” attempts to reach you. When someone has stopped responding to your calls or text messages, they are “ghosting” you. The advent of technology seems to have made this worse. It can be […]

Divorce and Heart Risks

Divorce may be linked to a higher heart risk for heart attack, especially for women. A study published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes on a nationally representative sample of adults ages 45 to 80, all of whom were married or had previously been married, showed that women face a higher risk of a heart […]

Who Gets The Dog?

When couples are breaking up sometimes their dog becomes the focus of a battle. This usually happens  when the couple breaking up don’t have any children or any children under the age of 18. Dogs do become a member of your family and are taken care of and loved like children. Losing the dog that […]