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Divorce

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  • How to stay strong and get what you deserve in a divorce

    What should you do if you are in the middle of a divorce but feel at the end of your rope? When you're struggling for an equitable resolution but don't see any end in sight? When you simply can't take another day of nasty texts with your spouse or another...
  • Grieving the gray divorce

    Grieving the gray divorce
    As divorce rates among adults 50 and older continue to hit an all-time high, adult children of long-time married couples can find themselves shocked when their folks announce they're splitting — and find themselves grieving with few places to turn....
  • Post-divorce mess with distressed home

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: My husband was married previously, and through his divorce he agreed that his ex-wife could keep their former house. The divorce decree ordered her to make the mortgage payments and required her to refinance the...
  • With God's guidance, you can renew your rocky marriage

    Q: My parents got divorced when I was 8, and it was such a traumatic time for me that I vowed I'd never get divorced myself. But now my marriage looks like it's headed for the rocks. I can't believe this is happening. What did I do wrong? -- Mrs. V.L. A:...
  • Shelly Sterling on track for bigger payoff than Jamie McCourt got

    Shelly Sterling on track for bigger payoff than Jamie McCourt got
    When the pending divorce of Frank and Jamie McCourt put ownership of the Dodgers in limbo, Jamie McCourt quickly and publicly identified herself as a co-owner of the team. When the furor surrounding the racist comments of Donald Sterling put ownership...
  • Applying religious 'rules' calls for a careful balance between compassion and continuity

    Q: I am Catholic, and recently attended the First Holy Communion for the son of dear friends at the Catholic church they attend. The family is very active at the church and the parish school this boy attends. After the ceremony, when everyone got up to...
  • Alan Grayson elects not to do 'Flashpoint'

    Alan Grayson elects not to do 'Flashpoint'
    UPDATED: U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Fla., had been scheduled to appear this weekend on WKMG-Channel 6's "Flashpoint." But he won't be doing the Sunday morning program. The station and Grayson offered sharply different takes on what unfolded when the...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Gett, the Trial of Viviane Amsalem'

    Siblings Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz bring their blistering trilogy of male domination in an Israeli family to a rewarding close with "Gett, the Trial of Viviane Amsalem." In this expertly written, brilliantly acted film, Viviane struggles against her...
  • Same-sex couples in Pennsylvania now cheering ability to divorce too

    It finally sank in for Suzanne Rotondo when Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett announced Wednesday he wouldn't contest a federal judge's ruling striking down the state's ban on gay marriage: She could finally get a divorce. The Keystone State was the last...
  • Judge orders Neuman divorce case to remain open

    Judge orders Neuman divorce case to remain open
    A judge ruled Wednesday that the divorce file of Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman must remain open to the public. Judge Diane O. Leasure, a retired Howard County judge, denied a motion by Neuman's attorney, Clara Martone Bereston, to seal...
  • Judge reverses order to seal Neuman's divorce case pending hearing

    Judge reverses order to seal Neuman's divorce case pending hearing
    Previously sealed documents relating to the divorce case between Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman and her husband, Paul Volkman, were declared open last week, at least temporarily reversing an earlier order to shield the case from public...