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The Family Law Professor Blog and report on an Australian study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family that shows that children of divorced parents “had twice the risk of going through a divorce themselves.” The study found that family history was more predictive of divorce than genetics. The research did not completely...

This is a common scenario – you are seeking a court order for child support, but the non-custodial parent is claiming an annual income far less than you suspect he/she actually earns. One way to prove that a party’s actual income is higher than his/her reported income is to illustrate how his/her reported lifestyle could...

James Andrew Miller wrote a compelling op-ed piece in the New York Times, theorizing that expensive and heart wrenching custody battles could be avoided if parties intending to marry, merely entered into a pre marital agreement. He details the understandable outrage of friends, told by their soon to be ex-spouses that they would be allowed...

Just when I thought I had seen it all, I received an email “introducing the Wedding Ring Coffin . . . the perfect divorce gift for those who are seeking a light-hearted ritual of closure at the end of their marriage” You read correctly, a $30 coffin, complete with “brass handles” and a “black velvet...

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