Relationship therapists often spend a lot of energy trying to salvage a dying relationship. But what if more couples tried “breakup” therapy instead?
After a pandemic-induced dip, the number of American couples who are “living apart together,” as sociologists call the arrangement, or L.A.T., has started to grow again.
This article explains why the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision eliminating the constitutional right to abortion is causing anxiety for people in same-sex marriages, particularly those with children, and how the legal community is responding.
What are the legal requirements for a prenuptial agreement in Tennessee?
Gray divorce, whose rates have doubled since 1990 and now represents a quarter of all divorces in the U.S., does have individual and social costs worth pondering, especially in an aging society.
Is there a judicial remedy for the discrimination same-sex couples face from their inability to marry earlier?