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  • No Fault Divorce

    either party. The change started in 1969, with California dismantling their fault based divorce system and then implementing the no fault divorce system. Almost all states followed California soon after and adopted their own no fault laws, with New York being the final state in 2010. The divorce laws were intended to have positive changes to all aspects of the law. However, these changes resulted in mainly negative consequences in alimony, property assets, child custody, and economics…

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  • Marriage Persuasive Research Paper

    When a couple becomes divorced everything that the couple had has to be shared. If the couple once had a luxurious home both parties now have to make a downgrade into economical budgets living facility. Whichever parent has custody of the children typically end up welfare to support the family. This is because prior to the divorce the relationship had two sources of income, since one is missing the parent has to find another source of help which in most cases is welfare. Studies show that,…

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  • Divorce Negative Effects

    major factor in this change of roles in some cases, women have better paying jobs and support their men. Some men have a difficult time in accepting this change and this causes friction between the couples which builds up over time and eventually will lead to the divorce. Another reason for divorce is that couples are getting married too young. Second cause would be that couples are getting married too young. Couples now days are rushing into marriage due to many reasons. A significant reason…

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  • The Major Threats To Divorce In Today's Society

    granting of petitions based on abandonment and conviction of a felony. Absolute divorce was also acceptable in cases of cruel treatment by the husband which might endanger the wife.” This rule was brought about in Indiana and were due to the fact that there were emergency reasons a partner would want to leave a marriage. This was a good enough reason since back in those times, being abused by a spouse was not a crime and was not considered family matter in which no one outside of the immediate…

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  • Cohabitation Before Being Married

    There are many reasons people would choose to cohabitate. Some people don 't want to get married but still want a long-term relationship and live with the person they love. Some reasons are economical and other people simply want someone to live with to reduce living expenses, like college students sharing an apartment. Other reasons include, but are not limited to: they are able to spend more time together, the opportunity to have emotional and sexual closeness without being married, they won’t…

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  • Case Study Of A Divorce Case

    Going through a divorce is not an easy process, even when the parties are able to agree on how to resolve many of the issues. The simple fact is that divorce is an emotional matter, and it is easy to get caught up on this aspect of the case rather than to place your focus on the issues that matter most. Some parts of a divorce case seem pretty straightforward, and most people know that the Court will enter orders concerning property division and where the kids will live. But, there are other…

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  • The Purpose Of Marriage In Albanian Culture

    In Albanian culture the main purpose of marriage is to find someone that is considered respectable throughout the community you associate with (family, close friends) and someone that is able to take care of you. In Albanian culture it is beneficial to marry someone who is successful and hardworking so that type of mentality transfers into the marriage. People see marriage a big part of someone having a successful life. If you do not ever get married then you can not continue your family 's…

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  • Cohabitation Before Marriage Essay

    This report is written to examine the effects of cohabitation before marriage on maintaining a success relationship among Western countries as there have been a number of issues which has happened to cause people around the world to have concern in analysing the relationship between the two. Cohabitation is different from marriage. Cohabitation is a form that a couple who has not married live together in a close relationship permanently. However, marriage is a legally recognized agreement of a…

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  • A Raisin In The Sun Family Analysis

    In A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, the Younger family faces a collective dilemma when it comes to family situations and having a shortage of money. Family is one of the central ideas in this play and without their love-hate family relationship, this family would not be this strong. There are moments when hardships tear this family apart, but there are also times when family is what puts them together. Because most of the time, all this family cares about is money, disagreements arise…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Divorce

    Most married couples are inclined on having divorce where they think that this is the best option of legally terminating what they have started. But divorce has its own pros and cons. For those married couples who filed a case on divorce are more likely considering on the pros than the cons. Later on, negative consequences come in due to their choice of having divorce. Below are the pros and cons that will be thoroughly stated: Pros If you are living in a violent situation that you are…

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