Monthly Archives: November 2018

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Nov 13, 2018

Marriage & Divorce Rates Are Both Down in the U.S.

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Analyzing the Latest Marriage & Divorce Statistics The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), a component of the CDC, updates all types of annual statistics on the way Americans are living their lives. One such important area is of course that of marriage, and correspondingly, divorce. The latest figures, which show the full annual totals from 2016, show that the marriage rate and the divorce rate in the country are both down.

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Nov 13, 2018

The Implications of Cryptocurrency in Divorce

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Cryptocurrency Divorce Adds a Modern Complication As cryptocurrencies, headlined by Bitcoin, moved from a niche financial product to one in the mainstream, they have also started to add new layers of complexity and complication to divorce proceedings. As a new and different type of financial asset, there are several important implications with cryptocurrency in divorce.

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Nov 13, 2018

Maryland Updates Mutual Consent Divorce Provisions

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Couples with Minor Children May Now Utilize Mutual Consent  Divorce in Maryland It’s been a few years since the Maryland General Assembly first passed a provision allowing for what it called mutual consent as a grounds for absolute divorce in the state. You can read all about mutual consent divorce in our original update on the subject. Now though there’s been an update, and the bill which passed this year adds provisions so that many more parties may now be able to use mutual consent if they so choose.

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