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Criminal precedent still attached to adultery

Following the wake of General David H. Patreaus's public admission of adultery and resignation from the position of C.I.A. director, a discussion of extramarital affairs and their impact both on marriages and greater society has been reignited across the country. While adultery has long been viewed as an egregious wrongdoing, usually warranting the end of a marriage through divorce, in some states it also continues to carry serious legal consequences.

Divorce frequently threatens women's health care

For married couples in need of a legal separation, divorce can offer a new lease on life. However, the settlement process that establishes the terms of a divorce, including child custody, property division, and support payments like alimony frequently proves to be complicated and contentious. As more than a million American couples divorce each year, foresight and preparation ahead of the litigation process is crucial.

Paternity, child custody in question after surrogate birth

In vitro fertilization can be a blessing for couples who are unable to conceive on their own. The opportunity for gay couples to raise a child who shares one spouse's genes or straight couples who may be infertile to become pregnant is a marvel of modern science.

Bigamy allegations lead to divorce

When formal and complete separation becomes necessary for a married couple, divorce offers an appropriate solution recognized in the eyes of the law and society at large. Numerous reasons, ranging from infidelity and crime to conflicting personalities can be ample rationale for one or both partners seeking a divorce.

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