How to Avoid Financial Distress in Divorce – Written by Charles Fleck, Schiller DuCanto & Fleck LLP

In today’s economic environment, it is a very difficult decision to opt for a divorce and end a dysfunctional relationship.  Today there can be enough stress in people’s lives to make them hesitant to compound that problem by adding the stress of a divorce.  However, there is a proven and slowly growing alternative to the

Generation Ex: Boomer couples are divorcing at a record rate – Written by Rick Montgomery, The Kansas City Star

The generation that once embraced the smiley face and peace symbol as cultural logos is now divorcing in historic fashion. Divorce rates are higher for baby boomers than for any previous generation, while rates are declining, slightly, for society as a whole. New research and census data reveal an unprecedented trend of Americans splitting apart

Falling In Love For the Holidays Calls For Prenuptial Agreement and Counseling – Orange County, CA (Law Firm Newswire) December 29, 2011

Some divorced individuals become depressed at the holidays and start to look for love, sometimes in the wrong places. Ed Housewright, an author and twice divorced dad says the holidays as a single person, even with kids in tow, are far better single than dealing with stress. His stress used to include fights with the

Celebrities Take Advantage of Divorce Mediation to Avoid Painful and Costly Arguments –

When a high-profile couple chooses to end their marriage, it becomes front-page news. There isn’t a person in American unaware of the recent happenings in the Schwarzenegger-Shriver household: Shriver has left their marriage after 25 years and four children. Recently, the water has been muddied with the disclosure that Schwarzenegger fathered a child with the