Pennsylvania couples may be interested to hear about a new study that indicates that there is a possibility that, when a couple has friends that divorce, they are more likely to divorce as well. The study showed that there is an increase of 75 percent in the risk of a couple getting a divorce if people in the couple's social network get divorced. Even having a divorced acquaintance can increase the likelihood by 33 percent, according to the research.
When a Pennsylvania couple gets married, they expect to grow old and retire together. Unfortunately, there are many couples who won't make it to that point before their marriage ends in divorce. One of the assets that will be affected by this is the retirement accounts that the couple was building together.
When a marriage ends, there are inevitably feelings of anger, resentment and sadness. Making sure those feelings have as little effect on the children as possible isn't always easy. However, there are things that Pennsylvania parents can do to help their children through the divorce.
A fear that divorcing women around the country and in Pennsylvania have is how they are going to pay for their living expenses and an attorney before any temporary order can be put into place. One way is to remove money from the couple's joint accounts in anticipation of a divorce filing. However, this does come with some risks and rules.
Pennsylvania Google fans may be interested to know that rumors of a split between the co-founder of Google and his wife have been confirmed. Apparently, the couple has been separated for several months, but has not yet filed for divorce. Reports are that so far, the couple is staying friendly.
People in Pennsylvania will often talk about wanting to have an amicable divorce without really understanding just challenging being "amicable" can be for a relationship in which tensions are running high. It can be a lot of work for a couple to get a collaborative law divorce. Fortunately, it may also be the most rewarding form of divorce.
When it comes to getting a divorce, many people in Pittsburgh may be concerned with what assets they will receive in the divorce settlement. Sometimes, a complex property division can slow down the process. It's not always easy to make sure both parties are treated fairly and equitably.
As most Pennsylvania married couples know, during a marriage, there are often very few boundaries between spouses. When that marriage ends, it can be hard to put boundaries back into place. However, it is an essential part of the divorce process, especially if the couple has children and will continue to have close contact after the divorce is final.
Most everyone in Pennsylvania has heard the saying that money makes the world go around. If the statistics regarding divorce count for anything, it may be that those statistics illustrate this point. The fact that money tops the list of predictors of divorce has just been confirmed for a second time.