Each marriage is its own little ecosystem. When breakdown occurs, it’s impossible to discern from the outside the exact chain of events that led to systemic failure. This is especially true of high-wattage marriages like the …
John and Elizabeth Edwards’ separation was sad. Al and Tipper Gore’s was shocking. But now Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver have packed it in. When even such an institution finds it hard to keep it together, what hope is …
Spending days ringside to other people’s parents bickering and arguing and general dysfunction takes a soul strong of stomach and long on patience, which is why only a hardy few to be a family court judge.
A new candidate for membership in the unusual divorce settlement club: a judge in China has reportedly denied a woman’s claim that she owns half of the virtual assets accrued during her marriage.
Is it ethical to make money by investing in someone else’s divorce?
Of all the odd and unexpected consequences of divorce — missing kitchen utensils, kids with two sets of everything, a weird sense of sadness yet liberation — this is a new one.
Kirk Kerkorian agreed on Oct. 22 to pay $100,000 month in child support, which sounds like a lot, although it’s not even $140 an hour. While Kerkorian is—forgive the business jargon—feculently, filthily rich, that’s still a …
In the annals of reasons to end a marriage, this one is a corker. An Australian man tried to have his marriage annulled because his new bride’s house was worth less than she said it was.
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