For divorced parents the holidays can be particularly frustrating. And while it may be tempting to hold on to hurt feelings and animosity, these reactions between parents often make kids feel like they have to pick sides between their parents.
Contrary to popular belief, Missouri children with divorced parents do not necessarily have lingering psychological damage. However, how parents address and deal with the divorce, can really affect their children's overall feelings of stress and bad memories related to the split.
In the past we've discussed the role of Facebook in divorce. In fact, even the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers reported seeing an increase in the use of evidence gathered from social media sites being used in divorce proceedings. However, a recent judge's ruling has the potential to play a rather large role in future rulings in Missouri and throughout the country when it comes to social media sites and divorce.
After just 72 days of marriage, Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from NBA player husband Kris Humphries. She claims that even though the marriage was short, her reasons for marrying in the first place were legitimate. However, after less than three months of marriage she realized the relationship was just not going to work out.
For some, Halloween is the start of the holiday season. And while this time of year can be stressful for anyone, for children whose parents are either going through a divorce, or were just recently divorced, this time of year can bring up a wide range of emotions and corresponding behaviors.
Often parents will stay together until their children are grown and go off to college. And while these parents have good intentions, it turns out that putting off a divorce to try and spare the children can actually end up affecting the kids more in the end.
It seems that Daniel Baldwin may find himself in a courtroom battle as his wife -- who recently filed for a legal separation from the 51-year-old actor -- also requested to have full custody of the couple's two small children. This move comes just months after the actor had originally filed for a divorce and restraining order against his 41-year-old wife, claiming that she is a danger to him and the children.
In the past we've written about the ongoing divorce saga between Frank and Jamie McCourt. In the beginning the two were going to court over property division and who really owned the Dodgers, and most recently the two reached an agreement in temporary alimony. However, more than two years after the couple announced their separation; a divorce settlement has finally been reached.