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?”

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?”