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Escaping an Abusive Marriage

By Hasson D. Barnes |

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence gathered statistics on domestic violence (DV), nationally, and by state, and those statistics may be surprising. The statistics reveal that if you are a victim of DV, you are not alone. Over 30 percent of women and 25 percent of men experience domestic violence at some point in… Read More »

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Mediation to Navigate your Divorce

By Hasson D. Barnes |

If you are ready to end your marriage, you have some difficult decisions and complicated maneuvers ahead. One thing that might make it easier is to have an experienced mediator facilitate the split. The truth is, there are many advantages to mediation. A Productive Environment  If you have a difficult relationship with your spouse—and… Read More »

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Unique Issues Couples Face in Gray Divorce

By Hasson D. Barnes |

Divorce statistics reveal that many couples are unhappy with their marriages these days. And, in fact, data gathered by Susan L. Brown, a professor of sociology at Bowling Green State University, indicate that older Americans are contributing to those statistics at surprising rates: men aged 65 and older experience divorce twice as often as… Read More »

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Are You Getting a Divorce? Be on Your Best Behavior!

By Hasson D. Barnes |

Divorce often is preceded by ugly feelings and disharmony. Unfortunately, some people have a hard time keeping their emotions in check when it comes to public forums like Facebook, Twitter, and other social media venues. But posting nasty messages for the world to see, or even texting or emailing mean comments, could be costly… Read More »

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Four Things You Should Know About Contempt in Family Court

By Hasson D. Barnes |

Ignoring a Family Court Order is Risky If a party fails to comply with a family law court order, they are subject to contempt charges. What is contempt? The long version of this charge is called “contempt of court.” Contempt is conduct that disrupts or obstructs a court order or a court proceeding. In… Read More »

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