CDC Report Shows Massachusetts has Lowest Divorce Rate

Aug 8, 2012 by

A recently released study of divorce in the United States shows that same-sex marriage has not ruined the institution of marriage in Massachusetts as some opponents had claimed it would back in 2004 when the state began issuing same-sex marriage licenses following the Supreme Court decision in the case of Goodridge vs. the Department of Public Health. Looking at the total number of divorces in Massachusetts reveals that the state had the lowest divorce rate in the nation for the year 2007...

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Am I able to continue seeing the guy that I was seeing during the divorce process or should I lay low for now?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  Both my husband and I have been unfaithful. I have filed for a divorce recently. Am I able to continue seeing the guy that I was seeing during the divorce process or should I lay low for now? Are there any consequences if I see him? Will my soon to be ex-husband have the upper hand if I see this guy? State:  New Hampshire Answer:  Whether or not there are consequences in continuing to see your new boyfriend depends on your...

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Online Divorce

Aug 8, 2012 by

You can’t get married online yet, but you can almost get a complete divorce online. Today, you can gather and complete all the paperwork and documents necessary to file for divorce, online. If you have a simple, uncontested divorce without the complications of children involved in the split, you can wrap up the paperwork of your divorce online for around $300 and all you’ll have left to do is to file the documents with the court. If you live in a county that accepts divorce filings...

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Fewer Divorces in Same-Sex States

Aug 8, 2012 by

A recent article on Edge on the Net by contributor Peter Cassels points out that contrary to what many might expect, the states where same-sex marriage is legal have the fewest incidences of divorce. Although the main argument against gay marriage is the belief that it undermines the state of marriage, it is actually the Bible belt states that have the highest divorce rates in the general U.S. population. Cassels backs up his observations with statistics that show the states with same-sex...

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