Monthly Archives: October 2012

3 Reasons to Be Honest in your Custody Case

It goes without saying that child custody cases are intensely emotional. When emotions run high, parents tend to make rash decisions that can negatively impact the result of their custody case. It is always best to be honest and amicable during your divorce proceeding. Lying about your spouse or making unreasonable demands is counterproductive and… [...]

South Dakota Supreme Court Hears Unique Child Custody Case

A unique South Dakota child support case has made its way all the way up to the state Supreme Court. The divorcing couple, Kevin and Carmen Schieffer, are challenging a previous decision about child support and custody of their son and daughter, who has Down Syndrome. In the original ruling, the court awarded the couple… [...]

Couples that Share Housework have Higher Divorce Rates

A new study of Norwegian couples has shown that couples who share household duties and chores have higher divorce rates than those who don’t. The study examined data from 2007-2008 on thousands of Norwegian couples. Results showed that the 25% of couples who divided housework equally had higher divorce rates than the 71% of couples… [...]