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Why is it assumed all US marriages end in divorce?

bridget Asked: Why is it assumed all US marriages end in divorce?

I dont understand why so many people believe the divorce rate in the United States is 50% or higher?

While its true the US does have the highest divorce rate of industrialized countries its nowhere near 50%

Anyone can simply go into Google and look it up

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Posted by admin - October 27, 2011 at 3:00 pm

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Posted by admin - October 14, 2011 at 3:30 am

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Oklahoma City Divorce Attorney – 5 Tips For Saving Money On Attorney Fees

Divorce can be very expensive. The good news is that there are a lot of ways to save money on divorce. As you are probably aware, there are thousands of articles on the web which purport to give you advice about how to save money on divorce. The most common advice that you will encounter is ‘do not hire an attorney’.

The advice ‘do not hire an attorney’ sounds good on the surface, but in reality, it is often impractical. Most divorces that are filed in the United States are contested. The husband and the wife do not get a long and they do not want to speak to one another. That being said, this article is geared towards helping you save money on divorce once you have hired an attorney.

A lot of people do not know this, but even if you have hired an attorney, there are still a lot of small things that you can do on your part to save money by helping the attorney move your divorce forward. Remember, attorney time costs money…less attorney time equals more money in your pocket.

Tip #1 – Communicate With Your Spouse. By the end of the marriage, most spouses cannot stand the sight of each other. If this is you, then you and your spouse probably do not have an open channel of communication between you. Having this breakdown in communication means that you and your spouse will have to communicate with each other through the use of the attorneys. Go ahead and open a channel of communication between you and your spouse and explain to your spouse that your goal in doing so is to keep the attorneys out of the process as much as possible.

Tip #2 – Try To Avoid Discussing Petty Things When Talking With The Attorney. Again, just like we stated above, attorney time is money. Whenever you are discussing the status of your case with the attorney, whether the discussion is face-to-face, over the phone, or through email, try to avoid wasting the attorney’s time by only discussing matters which are relevant to moving your divorce forward.

Tip #3 – Be Prepared Before Meeting With The Attorney. Tip number three kind of ties in with tip number two. The goal with both numbers two and three is to not waste any of the attorney’s time. By being prepared and knowing ahead of time what matters you want to discuss with the attorney, you will avoid wasting the attorney’s time and will save a lot of money.

Tip #4 – Gather Documents And Information For The Attorney. During the divorce process, the attorney and the judge will require that you produce a lot of documents. These documents include but are not limited to: tax returns for the past three years, current pay stubs, and proof of child care expenses. If you expect the attorney to do most of the leg work for you, then you can also expect that the attorney will ultimately bill you thousands of dollars for the services. Take our advice and do most of the legwork yourself.

Tip #5 – Try To Settle The Divorce Outside Of Court. The quicker you and spouse settle the divorce, the quicker you can get rid of the attorney. Throughout the divorce process, make sure that your spouse is aware of the fact that you want to settle outside of court and also make sure that you do everything in your power to facilitate that settlement.

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Posted by admin - October 9, 2011 at 1:00 pm

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Divorce | Second Thoughts | Jada Collins

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Posted by admin - October 1, 2011 at 1:00 am

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are latin american mail order brides just gold diggers?

Der Schlachter Asked: are latin american mail order brides just gold diggers?

it sure as hell seems like it, these women sure know how to use their looks and latina charm to get some dumb old gringo to bring her to America. Im a gringo, and I have an account on latinamericancupid.com, now I personally have never thought I was the best looking guy, some days I doubt my looks, oh but these b*tches just keep telling me how guapo and lindo I am. Im not surprised either that on their profiles, almost all are looking for a man within their age range living in the United States. Hmmm, these b*tches just marry for citizenship and money, once they divorce you, they'll probably run off with some latino or a black. And in their own countries, alot of these women have decent jobs too, accounts, bankers, medicine etc. So what's their deal? They want a white boy to pay for their American Dream? I bet most of these marriages don't work anyway

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Posted by admin - September 28, 2011 at 12:30 pm

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Alabama’s Sensational Free Divorce Records Today

Going through separation is very hard to do, especially if youve used all your efforts just for your marriage to work. Sadly, the percentage of vows that were broken among married couples is increasing as time goes by. Only half of all marriages in the United States stood the test of time, the rest got separated. This leads to the accelerating count of Alabama divorce records and other files for this matter in the archives.

Since these accounts can be obtained by the public, many use them to confirm the status of their partners previous relationships. Of course, this is a way to keep you from marrying the wrong person. If your current lover hides the real answer to your confusions, this file does just the opposite of that. It leads you instead to the one that deserves to be with you, for better or for worse.

It is proven by a census that the Southern and Midwest states make up the highest number of separated couples in the nation. In line with this, Alabama, a state in the South, has been tagged as one of the areas with most number of failed marriages. In this state, all accounts for this event are kept and managed by the States Center for Health Statistics. All filed documents can be accessed by the public whenever they want, which doesnt apply in all states.

This office has on file all cases dated from 1950 up to the present time. Records prior to this year should be procured from the circuit court of the county that approved the case. Just pay the needed payment and the copy is all yours because its not restricted at all. For expedited search though, an additional payment is required.

The state adds more cases annually, which means that their archives contain the details of thousands of couples; some may even have similar names. Therefore, your job as a requester is to provide them all the possible information that you can gather regarding the event. Typically, they need the complete name of the husband, the wifes maiden name, requesters address, name of the county where the case was granted, and when it took place.

So that the people can escape from the inconvenience made when requesting, the Internet became the tool for an easier Divorce Records Search. Many like it due to its fast procedure. Through them, your worries will fade away soon because their reports will be delivered without any delay.

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Posted by admin - September 16, 2011 at 12:30 am

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Why would a American women understand that a European man say that if you do not want to deal?

Na Asked: Why would a American women understand that a European man say that if you do not want to deal?

Why would a American women understand that a European man say that if you do not want to deal with this crap than you must stay away from American women and stick to European raised women?

A 'Marriage Strike' Emerges As Men Decide Not To Risk Loss
The Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | July 5, 2002 | Glenn Sacks and Dianna Thompson

Posted on Saturday, July 06, 2002 8:00:19 AM by buccaneer81

A 'marriage strike' emerges as men decide not to risk loss

By Glenn Sacks and Dianna Thompson

Katherine is attractive, successful, witty, and educated. She also can't find a husband. Why? Because most of the men this thirtysomething software analyst dates do not want to get married. These men have Peter Pan syndrome: They refuse to commit, refuse to settle down, and refuse to "grow up."

However, given the family court policies and divorce trends of today, Peter Pan is no naive boy, but instead a wise man.

"Why should I get married and have kids when I could lose those kids and most of what I've worked for at a moment's notice?" asks Dan, a 31-year-old power plant technician who says he will never marry.

"I've seen it happen to many of my friends. I know guys who came home one day to an empty house or apartment – wife gone, kids gone. They never saw it coming. Some of them were never able to see their kids regularly again."

Census figures suggest that the marriage rate in the United States has dipped 40 percent during the last four decades to its lowest point since the rate was measured. There are many plausible explanations for this trend, but one of the least mentioned is that American men, in the face of a family court system hopelessly stacked against them, have subconsciously launched a "marriage strike."

It is not difficult to see why. Let's say that Dan defies Peter Pan, marries Katherine, and has two children. There is a 50 percent likelihood that this marriage will end in divorce within eight years, and if it does, the odds are 2-1 it will be Katherine, not Dan, who initiates the divorce. It may not matter that Dan was a decent husband. Studies show that few divorces are initiated over abuse or because the man has already abandoned the family. Nor is adultery cited as a factor by divorcing women appreciably more than by divorcing men.

While the courts may grant Dan and Katherine joint legal custody, the odds are overwhelming that it is Katherine, not Dan, who will win physical custody. Overnight, Dan, accustomed to seeing his kids every day and being an integral part of their lives, will become a "14 percent dad" – a father who is allowed to spend only one out of every seven days with his own children.

Once Katherine and Dan are divorced, odds are at least even that Katherine will interfere with Dan's visitation rights.

Three-quarters of divorced men surveyed say their ex-wives have interfered with their visitation, and 40 percent of mothers studied admitted that they had done so, and that they had generally acted out of spite or in order to punish their exes.

Katherine will keep the house and most of the couple's assets. Dan will need to set up a new residence and pay at least a third of his take-home pay to Katherine in child support.

As bad as all of this is, it would still make Dan one of the lucky ones. After all, he could be one of those fathers who cannot see his children at all because his ex has made a false accusation of domestic violence, child abuse, or child molestation. Or a father who can only see his own children under supervised visitation or in nightmarish visitation centers where dads are treated like criminals.

He could be one of those fathers whose ex has moved their children hundreds or thousands of miles away, in violation of court orders, which courts often do not enforce. He could be one of those fathers who tears up his life and career again and again in order to follow his children, only to have his ex-wife continually move them.

He could be one of the fathers who has lost his job, seen his income drop, or suffered a disabling injury, only to have child support arrearages and interest pile up to create a mountain of debt which he could never hope to pay off. Or a father who is forced to pay 70 percent or 80 percent of his income in child support because the court has imputed an unrealistic income to him. Or a dad who suffers from one of the child support enforcement system's endless and difficult to correct errors, or who is jailed because he cannot keep up with his payments. Or a dad who reaches old age impoverished because he lost everything he had in a divorce when he was middle-aged and did not have the time and the opportunity to earn it back.

"It's a shame," Dan says. "I always wanted to be a father and have a family. But unless the laws change and give fathers the same right to be a part of their children's lives

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Posted by admin - September 14, 2011 at 2:00 am

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I have a essay due tomorrow and i would like some help in a persuavive writing. If anyone can give m

Stephanie Asked: I have a essay due tomorrow and i would like some help in a persuavive writing. If anyone can give m

Homelessness is a serious that affects thousands of people each year. Its a problem that the Government is committed to tackling more effectively each year. Is it right that we should acknowledge the seriousness and extent of the problem-and the impact of homelessness? It is affecting society in many levels. There are many cases of homelessness.
There are those you make their own choice of becoming homelessness because they dont want to be a part of society. These people are usually lacking serious social skills. Then they are those you dont make the choice of becoming homeless because of economic issues. These are the people we need to help financially.The other people make their choice of being homeless because they simply dont want to support themselves these are the people that need to receive professional medical help. (Johnson, Para 3, 2010)

There are many issues facing poverty stricken families in Georgia. One that has the most impact on the future of our generation is homeless youth. Today society we act as homeless is a normalcy. How can we say or act as being homeless on street is okay. America is the richest country yet they cannot create programs to help people to stay off the streets for good. There should not be homelessness in America.
Someone sees a person who is not clean and have a buggy people assume that person is homeless. What to say the person has a home but just is mentally unstable or something else is going on with that person. All I can say is this instead of judging we should as a society help one another. Its scary when I see people walk right pass a homeless person like they are invisible.
I seen this with my own eyes where I live there was a homeless guy and he was looking at subway so I knew he was hungry. He asked a couple of people for change one gave him some and the other one brushed him off. So, my sister and I called him over to the car and gave him enough money to get a sandwich from subway. He told us God bless you and have a good day. When a homeless person is looking at a restaurant and you can see the person is hungry.
The person do not offering them food or water and walk right by the person. I look at that situation like that could be them hopefully someone will give you a hand. The state of Georgia is ranked in the top 3 of terrible cities regarding treatment of the homeless. Why everyone cannot be treated just like you would want someone to be treated. Georgia Department of Community Affairs stated that an estimated 20,000-plus Georgians are living on the street or in emergency shelters. Georgia Department of Education says their children in school in Chatham County are mostly homeless children. (Shabazz, Para 8, 2011)
The problem is that more families are becoming homeless in Georgia because lack of jobs. Also, families are losing their jobs and homes because they cannot afford their mortgage payments. The unemployment checks are not enough to cover everything they have to pay. The families are forced to decide whether to go to family or somewhere else. Many of the homeless are woman that have become divorced or have left home because of physical abuse.
These women have no educational because they have not been given the opportunity to get the education that is necessary nowadays to get the job. Therefore there are forced to live on the streets. They have no family to help them and they are left with no choice.

Although homelessness has been a historically significant phenomenon in the United States, it still remains difficult to cull reliable and comprehensive data about homeless individuals. Indeed given the difficulty of tracking and finding individuals who are homeless because of the variability in their locations, national data may significantly underestimate the incidence and prevalence of this social condition.
Homelessness is a serious problem everywhere and now that our government is cutting programs. When will it become enough people on the street and a way too help these get homes and be able to keep them. Maybe its more economic where some of them got layoff and just couldt afford paying rent. All I know is this unless we get things together and stop acting like this is not a problem. It is going too keep going on until something is done.
Then you have the veterans who has fought for our country and came back to the United States ended up on the street. Even its because they have mental problems from what they seen and just couldt handle it on its own. Instead giving these people help through counseling before it gets too a serious point. They just leave it alone like the problem for these people will go away. Then somehow they cannot deal with everyday challenges and end up homeless. When will we supply real homes for these people not temporary? Until we have a society come together and truly help these people there will always be a problem with these people. Until, we announce homeless is not just hav

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Posted by admin - September 9, 2011 at 12:00 pm

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Evan Sadler: The Illuminati Freemasonry & The NWO [10of10]

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Posted by admin - September 7, 2011 at 4:14 pm

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