The decision to get divorced is often a very complicated one. Many different factors could be at play in such a decision. So, a person’s likelihood of getting divorced could be impacted by many things. Might this include their genetics? A recent study points to the answer being yes.
Some might think that in order for a given gesture or action to have a big impact, it too has to be big in nature. However, there are many contexts in which seemingly small matters or gestures could have the potential to have significant effects.
Military jobs have many aspects that make them vastly different from other positions. This includes issues related to deployment. It also includes the unique mental and emotional challenges that go with serving as a member of our nation’s military.
Various family trends shift over time. This includes trends on how common it is for younger adults to stay living with their parents. Statistics indicate that, here in the U.S., living with parents is a very common living situation for millennials.
When it comes to divorce, there is no shortage of uncertainty. This is particularly true in regard to the division of property. Who gets what property during divorce proceedings can have an enormous impact on a person's life after the divorce is finalized. That is why it is always a good idea to have an idea of how property division is decided in California.
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