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March 2015 Archives

Why certain life events and changes may signal the end of a marriage

Life is full of ups and downs which can both positively and negatively impact personal relationships and especially a marriage. From dealing with an illness or injury, to losing a job, to starting a family; in this blog post we'll examine how certain significant events or changes in one's life may adversely impact one's marriage.

Establishing paternity in Tennessee

We often discuss child custody and visitation matters in the context of divorce cases. However, increasingly across the U.S. and throughout states like Tennessee, more and more children are being born out of marriage. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, today an estimated 41 percent of all U.S. babies are born to unmarried women.

Divorce rate among female service members declining

In a previous blog post, we discussed factors that may contribute to military divorces. For many military couples, a service member's deployment and months spent apart with little contact puts a tremendous strain on a marriage. Additionally, frequent relocations and the stresses associated with the nature of military service duty can also drive a wedge between some spouses.

For older couples, do health problems signal divorce?

Historically, women tend to take on the role and responsibilities of caregivers. While some may argue that, by nature, women tend to be more nurturing; there are plenty of men who are stay-at-home dads and who also provide care for ailing loved ones. What happens, however, when it's a spouse who is in need of care?

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