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Could Your Job Cause Doom for Your Marriage?

Carlsbad, CA – Does your spouse work in an environment where more than half of the employees are of the opposite sex? It could spell doom for your marriage, a new study has found. Stockholm University sociologists Caroline Uggla and Gunnar Andersson focused on jobs as they looked at Denmark divorce rates. Image Source Their […]

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How to Have the Conversation About A Prenuptial Agreement

San Diego, CA — News outlets throughout the world have mentioned for years that more couples are signing prenuptial agreements prior to marrying. Image Source It’s likely that the increase in prenups makes the topic less taboo and perhaps opens the door to more couples having that conversation. Still, discussing a document that often is labeled a […]

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Marriage Improves Cardiovascular Health

San Diego, CA – Throughout the years, many studies have come out examining the effects of marital cohabitation on people’s mental and physical health markers. However, statistics have become available at the end of June, after observing over two million people–that show how marriage improves heart health in men and women alike. Image Source According […]

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Marriages Get Happier Over Time, Study Finds

La Jolla, CA — “Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty… I have never in my life envied a human being who led an easy life. I have envied a great many people who led difficult lives and led them well.” Those were Theodore Roosevelt’s words […]

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Same-Sex Marital Questions to Appear on 2020 Census

Image Source La Jolla, CA – For the first time in more than 200 years of collecting information, the 2020 census will add specific check boxes for same-sex couples to identify themselves, according to Pew Research Center. The reason behind this addition is to correct the overcounting of same-sex couples, which is a problem that […]

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The Changing Face of Couples in 2018

Image Source Encinitas, CA – The makeup of the American household continues to evolve as time marches on. Following are some changes surrounding the institution of marriage that researchers have identified in recent years. Between 40 percent and 50 percent of married couples in the United States wind up divorcing, according to the American Psychological […]

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How is a Contempt Order Handled in California Divorce Court

Carlsbad, CA – Most people have heard of contempt of court, either from the media or from watching live court proceedings, but there are nuances to this term that everyone should be aware of, particularly if you are going through a divorce. Whether you are the one divorcing to the one being divorced, it is […]

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Surrogate Babies and Legal Disputes: What You Should Know

Carlsbad, CA – Surrogate parenting is becoming more popular with parents who cannot otherwise conceive on their own. However, the controversy surrounding this science-based birthing method is still not without controversy. In fact, some states don’t allow surrogacy parenting at all. Image Source Surrogacy and California Family Law The good news for parents who wish […]

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Infidelity Causes and Predictors

Image Source La Jolla, CA – Studies show that 93 percent of Americans think infidelity is morally wrong. Still, it happens. And according to a survey by the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University, female philanderers are catching up with their male counterparts for the first time on record, CBS reported. The Kinsey Institute found that […]

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Love and Mortgage: Advice for Unmarried Couples Buying Houses

San Diego, CA – Rising home values, low interest rates and a shortage of listings in southern California mean that although not every couple is ready to tie the knot yet, many of them are ready to play house. Eight percent of homebuyers in 2017 were unmarried couples, according to the National Association of Realtors […]

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