When couples in New Jersey and across the country experience a divorce or a separation, child custody disputes can present some of the most emotionally stressful challenges. Currently, someone who understands these frustrations is Sherri Shepherd, a co-host of the television program “The View.”
Divorce can be a very stressful time for any couple who is going through the process in New Jersey. But, of course, staying in an unhappy marriage can be just as heartbreaking and stressful for partners.
New research published in Psychology of Popular Media Culture says that a spouse with a pornography habit can harm a marriage and increase divorce risk.
In popular culture, divorce is a prevalent topic of discussion in New Jersey and around the United States. It is hard to watch a television show, read a magazine, or read a book these days without coming across some mention of divorce.
Social media has created a new world of communicating. Whether for business or personal reasons, from the inception of MySpace, to more recent apps like Twitter, Snapchat, Vine and Instagram, communications have become faster and, in some cases, more secretive. If a Snapchat message disappears within 10 seconds after it is posted, what harm can there be? But a new study says that, at least where Twitter is concerned, those that use that app the most are more likely to be involved in conflicts with their partners. These types of conflicts can lead to serious issues, and potentially lead to divorce.
The breakdown of a marriage is an inherently difficult situation. The more complex variables that are included in a divorce the more likely it is that a contentious situation may become combative. The most common complicated factors in divorce tend to involve money and children.
Johnny Weir, a former figure skating star, became a media sensation for his commentary during the Sochi Olympics. Now he is in the news for another reason: a recent announcement that he had recently initiated divorce proceedings against his husband of two years, Victor Weir-Voronov.
A personal trainer recently entered a guilty plea for his role in using intimidation to coerce Orthodox Jewish men in New Jersey to agree to religious divorces from their wives. Though irreconcilable differences are the only requirement for civil divorce, religious divorces under Jewish law require the husbands to sign a paper called a get.
One of the most complicated parts of divorce, particularly for those who do not have children, is the property division process. Whether a married couple has significant assets, or is of more modest means, dividing a household and joint finances is never easy. In addition to divvying up assets and property, divorcing couples also need ensure that debts are fairly separated.
Sometimes people get so caught up in the stressful details of divorce that they can’t see the forest for the trees. As if the decision to divorce wasn’t hard enough, when the process actually starts, there is even more to consider. With the help of their lawyer, individuals will have to make decisions regarding property division, possible alimony, and child custody and support, if children are involved. On top of that, they will have to deal with the personal implications of the split, such as difficult discussions with family and friends.