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Celebrity dad trying to divorce outside of Texas

A long list of important factors goes into the filing, mediation, possible litigation, and finalization of a divorce. From child custody, family history, shared business capital, to personal property and wealth, the number of deteails that both spouses must be aware of is extensive. However, one important aspect of a legal separation that may often go overlooked is location.

Adoption of Russian children to end in 2014

A sizeable upheaval in the international adoption scene was witnessed late in the end of 2012. In direct rebuttal of newly-passed American legislation limiting the travel and commerce of known Russian human rights offenders-dubbed the Magnitsky Act-Russian legislators and President Vladimir Putin passed a comprehensive ban on the American adoption of Russian children.

Astronaut, wife reach divorce settlement

In past posts we've noted the growing national trend of older couples in their 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s seeking divorce. This rise in "gray divorce," as it's come to be called, has made clear that not only are couples living longer, but are also keeping the possibility of separation on the table. When a marriage has proven disappointing or unhealthy, America's seniors are rightly opting to separate, rather than stick with to a failing bond.

When talking custody, don't forget Facebook

Now, in 2013, it's no secret that online social media can play a big role in a divorce case. What appears on the profile pages of both spouses and their children can cause not only dispute during a divorce case but serious contention long after a settlement has been reached.

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