Nagging Outstrips Adultery as Primary Engine of Divorce

Toward the end of last month, you may have noted the stir in which a WSJ article caused over the issue of nagging as well as its toxic effect on marriages. The article concluded in which nagging may have more potential to bust apart couples than adultery. As a divorce attorney within the third decade…

WSJ Readers Respond Emotionally to Article on Alimony

Alimony, right now known as spousal support here in Michigan, is usually one of those topics in family law which elicits an emotional response coming from nearly everyone.  In tough economic times, most people have a gut reaction to the concept of paying financial support for an ex-spouse.  Whether alimony is usually appropriate, however, is usually a…