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June 2012 Archives

Take responsibility in planning for divorce

Make sure you actually read any document before putting pen to paper and signing your name to it. Thanks to actor Tom Berenger, we can all benefit from a little reminder. The "Big Chill," "Major League" and "Hatfields and Mccoy's actor filed a lawsuit against his attorney for malpractice because he claims the attorney advised him to sign a post-nuptial amendment that cost him more than $100,000.

Family courts take lesson from new child custody study

What IS in the best interest of the child when it comes to child custody, visitation and parenting time? The standard is continually. Like many parents, especially fathers, fighting for equal time with their children has been a long time coming. While other states' lawmakers fight over small percentages, Texas and Florida have already passed laws allowing non-custodial parents the right to at least 40 percent of parenting time with their children.

Your divorce may affect your children's health

We thought our readers in the Denver, Colorado, area would be interested in knowing that researchers recently found that eating disorders are triggered by both genetic and environmental factors. For example, previous research has shown that there are higher rates of bulimia nervosa among children of divorce that in the general population. But, a new study measured how divorce affects our genetics alone. In fact, it may very well be that the additional stress factors associated with divorce may have more to do with triggering a negative body image for our children than the actual divorce.

Your divorce may affect your children's health

We thought our readers in the Denver, Colorado, area would be interested in knowing that researchers recently found that eating disorders are triggered by both genetic and environmental factors. For example, previous research has shown that there are higher rates of bulimia nervosa among children of divorce that in the general population. But, a new study measured how divorce affects our genetics alone. In fact, it may very well be that the additional stress factors associated with divorce may have more to do with triggering a negative body image for our children than the actual divorce.

Divorce rate down, Dad's rights up?

A recent CNBC report says economic stress, shared incomes and shared child care roles are the reason fewer Americans are filing for divorce. Yes, it's true. Divorce rates have actually dropped since 1996 when 34 percent of men ages 40 to 49 were "ever divorced" to the rate of 28.5 percent in 2009.

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