Re: The true cause of failed marriagesmediamanContributormediaman
Re: The true cause of failed marriagespaullyContributorpaully
The Women’s Legal Bureau, in its paper, “Relevance of Divorce in the Philippines,” said, “The present laws relating to separation of couples and termination of marriage are inadequate to respond to the myriad causes of failed marriages. Particularly, the remedies of declaration of nullity and annulment do not cover the problems that occur during the existence of marriage. Legal separation, on the other hand, while covering problems during the marriage, does not put an end to marriage.”
Re: The true cause of failed marriagesSjNewbieSj
One of the most common causes of failed marriages cited in the divorce courts is conflict over finance. This underscores the necessity to make explicit plans for death or divorce, and to put financial issues on a sound, clearly understood footing, before wedding bells ring. Afterwards, it will be a question of making the best of the situation.
Re: The true cause of failed marriages
I have to read some of this nonsense posted by Women in sheer amazement. It is cliches and utter rubbish. Hey Girl, have you heard of No-fault Divorce? Sorry no sale here for your nonsense. Raw data of Marriages vs. Divorces in California has gotten so grim the State no longer publishes it or compiles the data. The Domestic Violence, Legal Profession, Therapists have incomes based on encouragement of Divorce. It means cash in the bank for them. Add to that Remittance processing firms, Collections services and you have more parasites feeding on the carnage of Divorce. No add to that a percentage of what the States collect for the Feds and you have incentives to encourage Divorce for more revenue.So far, we have discussed what should be expected of a marriagepartner. Now let's look at some of the things that should signalsof concern about potential marriage partners. These are thingsthat we don't want in marriage partners. These deficienciesshould be mastered before marriage, because they are often thecauses of failed marriages."When pursuing a partner, people often try to show their merits and may even pretend to be more caring than they really are, but usually their shortcomings are exposed after they get married. Trivial complaints, quarrels, a lack of attention and care on both sides, and the sometimes fraught relationship between mothers- and daughters-in-law are among the fundamental causes of failed marriages," he said.