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Domestic violence victims may benefit from new law

16522847_S.jpgAnyone who has experienced the emotional and physical consequences of domestic violence understands the true complexities of the problem. Outsiders may wonder why a person doesn't simply leave. But it is not always so easy. In some cases, an abuser may try to pursue a victim who is attempting to break free. Therefore, it is very important that the victim's whereabouts remain a mystery to the abuser.

Settling custody issues can be easier with help

19319034_S.jpgDivorce is rarely easy and is often contentious. It is so easy for spouses to become extremely agitated when working out the details of a divorce. While it's one thing to debate over property or assets, it is quite another to be in conflict in matters regarding children. Regardless of how poorly you may believe your soon-to-be ex-spouse behaved during the marriage, it is important to remember that he or she is your child's other parent.

Cohabitation agreements are helpful for unwed couples

8549583_S.jpgSo you've met someone you really like, and things are going extremely well. In fact, the two of you are thinking of taking your relationship to the next level by living together. This is a very common practice. Many couples believe that by foregoing the formality of getting married, they will sidestep certain legal hassles if they should choose to go their separate ways.

Therapists advocate trial separations for troubled couples

20501452_S (1).jpgMarriage is not easy. It involves making compromises, sharing sacrifices and working through differences. And over time, differences can become more pronounced and even develop into resentments. Eventually, spouses may have difficulty communicating civilly, at which point one or both parties may start questioning the wisdom of remaining together.

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