Foreword The increase in divorce has its effect, directly or indirectly, on virtually every family in the country. The following information is designed to briefly summarize Georgia's divorce laws.
Legal Rights in Marriage & Divorce in Maryland Third Edition Revised By: Lawrence Ruth With Editorial Assistance From: L. Tracy Brown Jessica Morgan Second Edition Written By: Ria P. Rochvarg Melvina C. Ford With Editorial Assistance From: Francine Krumholz Denise Davis Gwendolyn Lubbert Tara ...
WARNING This information is not a substitute for a lawyer. Do not try to use this information as a do-it-yourself divorce guide. The information it contains may not be appropriate for your particular situation.
Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources • Oklahoma State University T-2236 Mary K. Lawler, RN, PhD Family Development Specialist Nearly half of all first marriages and almost two-thirds of remarriages in the U.S. end in divorce.
1 CHAPTER EIGHT Separation, Annulment, and Divorce A LITTLE LESS THAN HALF OF ALL MARRIAGES in the United States end in divorce. The current divorce rate is down a few percentage points from a peak in 1981, but the current divorce rate is almost double what is was in the 1950s.
What You Need to Know About Divorce There are four main steps in a divorce: Your lawyer writes the divorce papers and 1. files them with the court.
Consumer Pamphlet Series, State Bar of Georgia 1 Foreword Divorce affects, directly or indirectly, virtually every family in the country. The following information is designed to briefly summarize Georgia's divorce laws.
DIVORCE IN PHILADELPHIA COUNTY Sponsored by the Family Law Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association February 2011 Do you want to file for divorce?
Long-term Effects of Divorce rates rose a dramatic 79 percent in Divorce on Children the United States between 1970 and 1977. Although these high rates have since de clined, a high proportion of marriages still end in divorce.