In an unusual news piece, a research study claims that the tendency to break up may be genetic. A study completed by two universities claims to have found a genetic link in families, making individuals from divorced families more likely to use family law services later in their own lives. The recent revelations may be of possible interest to people considering divorce in Texas.
When it comes to ending a marriage, a person does have options. Most of the time, individuals choose the usual divorce route, but for others, an annulment is what they need. Both types of marriage dissolution have their pros and cons, and certain circumstances that must be met before being finalized. Individuals in Texas may be interested to learn more about the similarities and differences between divorce and annulment.
The biggest tasks in life can usually be easily managed when broken down into smaller parts. From building a house, to getting an education, or even divorce, a person does not have to be overwhelmed by the complexity of the issue. In a recent news article, one person shares her tips for approaching marriage dissolution in a strategic way. Individuals in Texas grappling with this issue may find her advice helpful.
Sometimes the only way out of an uncomfortable event is to just go through it. This concept may not be appealing to a person facing a divorce with somebody they no longer want to associate with. But marriage dissolution, when approached in a certain way, can be sped up to allow both parties their freedom a little bit sooner. Texas area individuals may find the following tips enlightening as they move through a divorce.
Perhaps not surprisingly, American attitudes about divorce are shifting. Some researchers have determined the increased approval of divorce to be part of an overall leftward shift on social values. Increased numbers of divorce have also led Americans to be more familiar with family law. A recently released Gallup poll shows the increase in morally acceptability of divorce. Those in Texas who are considering divorce may take heart in the poll's findings.
A question of how pension and disability benefits are distributed between divorcing military couples has recently been answered by the Supreme Court. Many military couples in Texas and all across the nation had been facing this issue, with varied responses from the states. However, a May ruling put the question to rest for good and provided a consistent guideline to be applied by family law practitioners.
Some Texas couples may be wondering how divorce can affect their financial future. Many people are familiar with financial concerns of marriage dissolution such as property and debt, but may forget about how divorce factors into the distribution of their Social Security. Divorce impacts Social Security benefits in a few ways.
In a recent news story, a 37-year-old father who lives in Texas made an interesting observation. He pointed out that when you divorce, everything is divided evenly; everything that is but parenting time. The man says that thus far he has shelled out in the neighborhood of $80,000 in the last four years in an effort to secure more child custody time with his 10-year-old son whom he had in a previous marriage.
At present, the scourge of opioid addiction is taking a terrible toll on many of our fellow citizens. A recent estimate placed the number of people addicted to opioids at 2.4 million. Serious drug addiction was once primarily considered a problem among those in economically depressed areas. But opioid addiction, that often results from prescription painkiller use, has become a serious problem across the economic spectrum.
Every marriage has lulls during which spouses do not get along as well as they might. And when a couple is having such difficulties there can be a tendency to keep communications to a minimum. But when silence begins to dominate a relationship, so too can distrust and misunderstandings. Ultimately, if communication isn't restored, a marriage can turn toxic, leaving both partners unhappy.