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January 2014 Archives

Proper split of a pension is essential during Oregon divorce

Some mistakes are bigger than others in life. When a person is preparing to get divorced, he or she may feel that the marriage was a mistake and be caught up in the emotions of the moment. However, not paying attention to the details of assets that need to be divided during a divorce proceeding is another mistake that only exacerbates the situation in Oregon, as it can have a negative impact on one's finances potentially for the rest of his or her life.

39 years of marriage won't keep Captain and Tennille together

Navigating the waters of marriage can be a very difficult task at times. As years pass, relationships and people can change. Keeping this in mind, some people may come to the conclusion that their marriage is no longer working -- even after spending decades together. In fact, a study conducted by Bowling Green State University revealed that divorce among people ages 50 and older is a growing national trend.

Father in Russia defies custody rules, kids reunited with mother

An 11-year-old and a 12-year-old have been reunited with their mother after an international child custody dispute. The kids went to visit their father, who lives in Russia, but he threatened to hold them in the country indefinitely. He was ultimately charged with child abduction in Russia.