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Week 2 Divorce Functionalist view emphasizes the contribution it makes to overall social stability. The divorce can actually benefit the child in several ways. If the parents were being abusive to one another and/or to the children involved prior to the divorce chances are the divorce will result in less fighting/arguing among the parents which in return would result in a better environment for the child. In some cases if a parent is abusing alcohol or drugs and it leads to the divorce, removing...

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When legal separation is better than divorce (by Charma Pipersky, Attorney) When you decide it’s time to file for a divorce, tax consequences are probably the last thing on your mind. This makes it too easy for you to miss serving your Petition in time to get a final judgment of divorce entered by December 31. And for many couples, being able to file as “single” or “head of household” might save a bundle in federal and state taxes. This is especially true since the 1993 tax laws. Before, it was...

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their relationship so they choose to divorce, which is one of the solutions to cope with problems between a husband and wife. Most people claim to think carefully before they get married, but the divorce rates continue to increase. There are three main causes of divorce: the changing of a man and a woman's role, stress in modern living and the lack of communication between the married couple. The first significant cause of recent rise in the rates of divorce is that women completely change in roles...

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facilitating divorce have been on increase. In the previous years, divorce was something that was unacceptable. However, the society seems to be accepting divorce due to the circumstances surrounding a marriage. The highest proportion of the society members argue that divorce should not be allowed due to its consequences. In United States, people believe that people have the freedom to do whatever they wish with their lives. In this regard people should be allowed to divorce when they feel...

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net/benefits-of-divorce/ Divorce People who have or are going to tie the nuptial bonds, rarely expect a negative end of their marriage. One such negative unwanted conclusion of marriage is divorce that is disliked by most people. In fact, marriage is considered to be identical with feeling of love, joy, warmth, bliss, peace, etc. The feelings usually associated with divorce are that of sorrow, regret, shock, and sympathy. Those who go through the traumatic suffering tend to forget that divorce is a remedial...

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DIVORCE 101 *House Bill 1799, authored by Rep.Luz Ilagan of Gabriela Party-list, revives earlier initiatives to legalize divorce in the Philippines. Should the bill be ratified in the parliament, it would mean that the Philippines would be the only country (together with the Vatican City) to forbid divorce? If you're a Catholic, If you fear God and his commands, there is no way that you will agree on divorce. Simple as it is. Especially here in the Philippines. Even if some pastor and theologians...

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Cristina Friano February 12, 2013 Mrs. Weidinger, SOC2000 DL Reflection Paper #2 Divorce Divorce I believe that divorce is one of the fundamental causes of the decay of moral fabric in the United States. As the years go by it is becoming more and more common for children to be raised in single parent households, having to travel back and forth...

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Introduction Divorce is both a very personal and common issue not just in the United States but in the entire world. During the years divorce rates have been increased considerably in the United States. Some see this increase as a sign of social and moral disruption whereas some consider it a sign of increased individual liberty and failure of traditional social mores. Various factors have been associated with a higher risk for divorce. This paper provides an overview about divorce, its trends and...

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A major change that has occurred in the Western family is an increased incidence in divorce. Whereas in the past, divorce was a relatively rare occurrence, in recent times it has become quite commonplace. This change is borne out clearly in census figures. For example thirty years ago in Australia, only one marriage in ten ended in divorce; nowadays the figure is more than one in three (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1996: p.45). A consequence of this change has been a substantial increase in the...

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Cause and Effect of Divorce Divorce is a major cause and effect in today’s society; due to the harsh economy, unemployment, adultery, young people rushing to get married, having children out of wedlock, growing out of love or even the psychological well-being of the person involved. We all at some point in our lives have gone through divorce or know of someone that is in the process. The effects of divorce are numerous; however, divorce affects the children regardless of their age, friends and...

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