Divorce Blog

Divorce in Religion: What Do Religions Teach About Divorce?

In recent weeks, we’ve shared information on the Wevorce blog that highlights how culture and history contribute to certain societal stigmas about divorce and marital separation. Today we examine the implications of religion’s role in...

Divorce Throughout History: Releasing the Ties That Bind

“Rule 59: Happily Ever After Is an Oxymoron.” That's the title of episode 13, season 2 of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, an original Bravo series that embraces the idea that the end of a marriage may not necessarily be the end of the world....

Divorce and Culture: Releasing the Ties That Bind

In 2016, we began sharing information about certain personality types and how they engage during a divorce. The Divorce Archetype profiles, based on years of Wevorce research, provide insight into these tendencies. In our research, we've found...

Love Stinks! True Stories of Love, Heartbreak, and Lessons Learned

You love her But she loves him And he loves somebody else You just can't win And so it goes Till the day you die This thing they call love It's gonna make you cry —“Love Stinks,” by the J. Geils Band Does Valentine’s Day have...

[Don’t] Be My Valentine

Why It’s Not So Bad to Be Single "Loneliness expresses the pain of being alone and solitude expresses the glory of being alone." —Paul Tillich Loneliness and solitude. These are two words that basically mean the same thing, but can be...

Community vs Separate Property

What belongs to who? You’ve said I do and now you have his and her towels, maybe even his and her closets, but what about the rest of it? What must you share, what is your own? First, it depends on where you live: in a community property state,...

Common-Law Marriage

How Do We Part Ways? “I am” is reportedly the shortest sentence in the English language. Could it be that “I do” is the longest sentence? – Unknown   Let’s talk about what a common-law marriage is. Good ol’ Merriam-Webster...

Kids And Allowances: Part 2

Should an allowance be divided into spending, saving, and giving categories? It's not carved in stone, but it could be an excellent opportunity for your child to learn the importance and consequences of how they spend their money, the...

Fido And Fluffy: Family Or Property?

It's becoming more common to see custody battles over the family pets these days, but for the most part, the courts and prevailing judges look at our furry kids as property, not family. They are to be divvied up like our possessions— you get the...

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