There are countless reasons why spouses choose to end their marriages. However, regardless of "why," the months and years that precede divorce may have two things in common for the vast majority of couples: a lack of intimacy and an increased focus on activities that fall outside the scope of the relationship.
There are many important moments in American history as it pertains to civil rights. In the context of U.S. labor law history, there are two events that stand out: the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the 1966 California farm worker's strike.
Divorce is a significant and major legal process that will lead to financial adjustments and changes in your life. Even in a high-asset divorce, both parties will likely have to take steps to protect their interests, cut costs and preserve their future financial stability. As a woman, it may be particularly important for you to prepare yourself for this process and work for a strong post-divorce future.