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My spouse is in the military. How does that affect divorce?

15425959_S.jpgMany people may not consider how being in the military affects divorce proceedings, but rest assured that there are subtle but significant differences in military divorce cases. Not only are there additional military pensions and benefits that divorcing couples must address, there are also rules that affect when and where these divorces can take place. So while the end result of a military divorce may be the same as a civilian divorce, the means to that end can require some additional knowledge.

New camera could revolutionize domestic abuse cases

14527942_S.jpgDomestic violence is a terrible issue that plagues our society. Being abused by someone who is supposed to love you at a place where you are supposed to be safe, your home, can affect every aspect of your life, causing anxiety or depression in addition to physical harm. Victims of domestic violence sometimes do not bring the abuse they've suffered forward out of fear that their abusers will make things even worse. Some abusers are masters of disguising the abuse, making it even harder for victims to come forward.

How does the law treat unmarried couples?

25006503_S.jpgFor one reason or another, you and your significant other may decide that marriage is not right for you. This is a fairly common occurrence, wherein couples live together but don't officially marry. Of course, if unmarried couples split up, they cannot divorce. This can make the separation easier in many ways, but it can also lead to difficult situations such as property disputes.

The differences between legal separation and divorce

8889510_S.jpgAnyone who has been in a long-term relationship knows that it takes effort. It's likely that there is something about your spouse that bothers you, but you work through it because you love each other. Still, as the years go on, it can be difficult to continue tolerating these behaviors, and you may find yourself wondering if perhaps the marriage isn't working out. At the same time, divorce has such a serious and final feel to it that you're left wondering which choice is the right one.

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