Fidelity between marriage partners means much more than merely avoiding an adulterous affair.
Modern divorce laws have moved away from the need to find evidence of unfaithfulness. But that evolution of the law doesn't necessarily stop attempts to assign blame for a breakup.
This is a follow-up to a two-part post we did last month on dividing interests in a family business as part of the divorce process.
Using the word "separation" in the context of marriage can mean a couple of different things.
Americans have historically been a remarkably mobile people.
In the first part of this post, we noted how there are many factors involved under Arizona law in determining the financial duties that one former spouse may have to another.
Gender equality is an elusive goal in any society.
In the first part of this post, we tried to sketch some of the potential benefits of using a mediator to seek solutions that work for both parties in a divorce.
A few years ago, the actress Helen Mirren stared in a film about the turbulent final days of the celebrated Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy. The turbulence depicted in the film included a turbulent marriage.