Who is to blame for the rise in divorce cases across the globe? Men? Courts? Salma Hayek? Attorneys?

Salma Hayek? What could be more glamorous than an April post-nuptial masked ball in Venice to celebrate a Valentine’s Day wedding between a Movie Star Actress and her Parisian billionaire husband? That is what Paris-based Salma Hayek and her new hubby did this weekend while I was watching lovers float by in their boats on the lake … Continue reading “Who is to blame for the rise in divorce cases across the globe? Men? Courts? Salma Hayek? Attorneys?”

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UK courts set to allow media into divorce and family law proceedings; should U.S. court follow suit?

So much of American law, including matrimonial law, can trace its roots back to English Common Law. Perhaps that is why I am so fascinated by divorce blogs written by English lawyers. So I’ve read on a number of blogs, including, I believe, John Bolch’s blog Family Lore, that the UK courts are set to … Continue reading “UK courts set to allow media into divorce and family law proceedings; should U.S. court follow suit?”

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