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Are Millennials Divorcing Less Than Older Generations?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There is some indication that Millennials have turned the tide on the escalating number of divorces in the U.S. But how seriously should we take this data? The first question we should ask ourselves is why did the divorce rate jump in the first place. The 1970s was a big year for divorce. Several… Read More »

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What Does Divorce Look Like in 2020?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There is no shortage of articles this cycle contemplating the texture, nature, and future of divorce in the United States. Some of these studies have shown that Millennials are turning the tide against higher divorce rates seen throughout the 70s, 80s, and 90s, while other studies discuss the difficulties of women who are promoted… Read More »

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The Courtney Stodden Divorce

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

At the age of 16, aspiring pop singer and model, Courtney Stodden married acting teacher Doug Hutchison who was then 50. Hutchison did not realize that she was a teenager when the two began their courtship over the internet, but after six months of chatting online, the two fell in love before ever having… Read More »

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Oil Executive Gets $38M Judgment Overturned

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

In his ongoing legal battle with his ex-wife, Todd Kozel managed to overturn a $38 million judgment in his wife’s favor. Kozel, who has since remarried, divorced his then-wife Ashley in 2010. Kozel was ordered to pay his wife the enormous judgment after failing to turn over 23 million shares of his former company,… Read More »

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