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A divorce forum being held in the Grand Central neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City is being presented as a way for area couples to learn about the process of ending a marriage and the potential problems that may arise.
According to Crain's New York Business, the forum will feature a wide range of experts from the divorce industry, as lawyers, mediators, family counselors and financial planners will be present to hold seminars and answer questions about ending a marriage.
The Texas Supreme Court wants to help financially-strapped couples end their marriage in a much cheaper fashion, as the legislative body is looking to expedite the divorce process through the offering of easy-to-use forms.
The Wall Street Journal reported that this method is being offered as a way to end a marriage in the state of Texas without forcing couples to endure a long and likely-costly legal battle. Because a divorce can sometimes take more than three years, each person usually has to pay their attorney for the entirety of this period.
Though some people view a divorce as an end-all, be-all, there are certain couples who view the end of their marriage as a time for new beginnings and something that can benefit both people.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, a divorce does not have to be negative, as both people can be optimistic and view the split as a way to start over and begin a more rewarding life.
With a high percentage of marriages in the U.S. coming to an end within 20 years, it may help for adults to understand what occurs during a divorce. The way that a former couple acts when they are about to split can sometimes makes the process painful and may lead to a dramatic courtroom battle.
According to an article posted on GreatDad.com, if children are involved the adults who are splitting need to change the way they pursue an end to their marriage.
There are many ways that a couple can prepare for a divorce, but certain approaches may limit the quickness with which the split occurs and increase the amount of tension that exists between both people.
Though the former partners may want to be at each others' throats from the second that one person says they want to split, the best way to go about ending a marriage is to limit the negativity associated with the process. By limiting the arguments and fighting, a couple can put their future above the need to extract revenge.
The notion of divorce that many Americans have is largely based on movies, but the courtroom battle is a common scene in reality. Although there are alternative methods that remove some of the hostility of ending a marriage, some people still choose to go in front of a judge with their former spouse.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, divorce court should be the last resort, as having a stranger in a black robe deciding the future of both parties is something that should be a thing of the past.
The phrase “speed divorcing” has entered into the legal world, as certain people have employed this alternative method as a way of ending their marriage in an expedited and cheaper way than through the court system.
The length of time that it can take to divorce through the courts has left many people frustrated and seeking alternative ways to end their marriage, leading to the creation of things like speed divorcing events in Atlanta, Georgia.
Once the decision has been made by a couple to get divorce, there is likely not going to be much positive interaction between the two individuals. According to an article in the Huffington Post, you cannot win an argument with an ex by arguing more.
The article noted that the nature of the interactions between both people following the decision to split is likely going to affect the divorce process. Many battles in court occur between couples that initially thought the end of the marriage would be an amicable occurrence.
A number of factors have contributed to the growth of divorces for people over the age of 50, as the rise in this mature splits has risen over the past several decades.
Central Ohio News 10 reported that a growing number of divorces are occurring after 50 around the country, with a large number of these splits being initiated by women.
No marriage begins with either person thinking about an impending divorce in the near future, but it can easily happen for a number of reasons. The high percentage of marriages that come to an end show that getting a split is not such a terrible thing.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, there are so many reasons why people bring their marriage to an end, as things ranging from adultery to incompatibility can be responsible for either individual to lose interest or seek a way out.