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September 2019 Archives

Potentially effective suggestions to deal with a divorce

For Kansas residents, divorce is often a difficult transition. Many factors must be considered including spousal support, child custody, child support, property division and more. The personal and emotional impact is significant, so it can be beneficial to have various coping mechanisms.

Out-of-court divorce negotiation useful but not always successful

Going through divorce is often one of the more trying experiences that individuals go through. You may have expected your relationship to last a lifetime when you tied the knot, but over the years, the reality of your unhappiness in the marriage came to the forefront. Though you may not hold any animosity toward your spouse, you knew that ending the marriage was the best decision.

Does money really influence marital satisfaction?

Kansas couples might be concerned with the impact money has on marital satisfaction, particularly in light of the belief that money issues are often linked to dissatisfaction in marriage. They might be surprised to know, however, that a study published in the journal Social Psychology and Personality Science found that socioeconomic factors did not affect happiness and satisfaction in marriage as previously believed.

Efforts continue to develop breathalyzer for weed

One promising device for detecting marijuana usage in drivers has been in development since 2016 and could be ready for mass production relatively soon. However, it may take a long time before widespread use of a machine like a breathalyzer for cannabis. Kansas residents might like to know more about the efforts to identify marijuana impairment.

Parents can ease their children's transition during divorce

Divorce and its aftermath are difficult for all involved, especially children. Parents in Kansas can help their children navigate the difficult transition that takes place after a divorce, which can include moving homes, changing routines and having to live without both parents together.

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