Dealing with Divorce in Prison

Despite what some in society might lead you to believe, divorce is not, in fact, a crime. The act of ending an unhappy marriage through the divorce process is not legally punishable, in any stretch of the imagination. As many negative connotations people may have,

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Navigating Horses and Divorces

In a divorce, assets are valued and divided. Monetary value can be placed on an asset without the emotional attachment that can often murky the list of priorities for what an individual wants out of their divorce settlement. The emotional attachment can be understandable, especially

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Understanding Extortion, Blackmail in Divorce

In the divorce process, negotiation tactics can often find themselves dictated by an individual’s priorities, in what they want most in their divorce settlement. When two soon-to-be ex-spouses are vying for the same assets, it can cause incentive to resort to some ethically-questionable methods. With

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Analyzing Divorce in the Deaf Community

Whether you were born with a condition or it developed as you got older, physical conditions or physical disabilities are never desired. They can often take an emotional toll on an individual and their relationships with others, especially if it is a newer development in

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