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  Divorce (conflict) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The majority of states recognise the family as the natural grouping upon which society and culture are based, and guarantee to protect the institution in their constitutions both as the source of social order and as indispensable to the future welfare of their nations.
The most common forms of quasi-legal divorce are the Islamic forms of divorce known as the talaq and its less well-regulated version of triple talaq, and the form of divorce in Judaism known as the get which is regulated by the Beth Din (see [[1]]).
Hence, for the standard consent divorce, there are no "proceedings" within the meaning of the Family Law Act 1986, but such divorces will be recognised if both spouses were domiciled in Japan at the time, and neither spouse was habitually resident in the U.K. for one year preceding the divorce.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Divorce_%28conflict%29   (2655 words)

 Parenting After Divorce - Reducing Divorce Conflict for the Sake of Your Child
After the divorce, all children really want is for their parents to act grown up, leave them in peace, and let them love the other parent.
Children develop loyalty conflicts and become afraid to love both of their parents or to express their love for one parent in front of the other parent.
Divorced children frequently feel that they have failed or blame themselves when their parents stay in conflict, and they feel even more insecure when they can't prevent the arguments.
www.parentingafterdivorce.com /articles/reducingconflict.html   (1225 words)

In the divorce proceedings, the wife sought an equitable division of marital property and asserted that she was entitled to 50% of the husband's retirement benefits, but the trial court awarded her a lesser share.
Mississippi follows the Restatement (Second) of Conflict of Laws in deciding the appropriate state law to apply in conflicts issues, and the Restatement provides that the law of the forum where the parties were domiciled at the time the rights in the pension were earned controls its characterization, the dissenting judge said, citing Newman v.
Although few dissolution cases have directly addressed conflicts issues, the holding in Whelchel on the law governing characterization is at odds with - and the holding in Savelle is consistent with - the general principle that divorce issues, including the distribution of marital property, are determined by the law of the forum state.
www.divorcesource.com /research/edj/pensions/95apr45.shtml   (756 words)

 Mediation - an answer to post-divorce conflict
Conflict issues after a divorce can be as frustrating as the issues that have caused the break-up.
Many of the conflict areas are too petty for a court but important to the individuals concerned.
Although conflict may be inevitable, mediation can play a vital role in smoothing the troubled waters by assisting parties to resolve their differences in a peaceful manner.
www.gri.co.za /44024.html   (364 words)

Research on families of divorce suggest that there are primarily three styles of parenting for families after a divorce: cooperative, conflicted, or disengaged....
Divorce and Children Part I: An Interview with Robert Hughes, Jr., Ph.D. Look at what parents, teachers, and caregivers can do to help children adjust to divorce and will include a list of resources....
Resentment toward the ex, in addition to creating loyalty conflicts for children who feel forced to choose which parent is most at fault when both are loved, keeps the divorce reactor in a "married" state....
library.adoption.com /information/Divorce/424/1.html   (1262 words)

Something similar happens when a divorcing parent joins a cult which actively strives to get the child from the noncult member parent, with the cult fulfilling the role of new partner in a sense, as shown in one of the case vignettes to follow.
Johnston found that to varying degrees, one or both of the parents in high conflict divorce may be narcissistically vulnerable, lacking a well-established self identify and relying on primitive defenses such as externalization, denial and projection (8).
A factor in some high conflict divorces is the presence in one or both parents of specific underlying vulnerabilities to loss and conflicts around attachment and separation (8).
millennium.fortunecity.com /sweetvalley/210/pas/pas2.htm   (5526 words)

 The Danger of Continuing Conflict During Divorce
Studies completed by Dr. Joanne Rocklin, who works with divorcing couples, clearly show that whether the family is divorced or intact, continued parental conflict is the most harmful aspect to children of any age.
Keep in mind that the less conflict a child experiences, the better a child is able to adjust; the more conflict, the more difficult adjustment a child experiences.
Children whose parents divorce and continue fighting, are, in effect, hit with a double whammy.
www.californiadivorce.info /psychology.children.continuingconflict.htm   (369 words)

 How to Stop Divorce Parental Conflict from Bursting?
It is not the divorce but the conflict arising after divorce the culprit of most psychological-adjustment problems the children are having.
So, how to stop the post-divorce parental conflict from bursting must be given a premium importance by parents who want to have a healthy, happy and successful divorced children.
This divorce parenting guide offers many proven ways that will not only help you help your children but will also guide you on how to deal with yourself and your former ex-spouse for your children's seek.
www.singlescafe.net /parental-conflict.html   (948 words)

 Portland Oregon Family & Divorce Mediation / Conflict Resolution
To assess the costs of alternatives for divorce support, I recommend that people identify a few professionals who they trust can serve their needs, then inquire about their fee structure.
A divorce or separation from a long-term partner is one of the most difficult things people face in their lives.
They define areas of parenting responsibility, boundaries and methods of communication, which provides for structure during the transition, alleviates conflict between parents, and protects the child from getting pulled into the heart of the conflict and be subject to "adult" fears and information.
progressivemediation.com /mediation_b1.html   (1440 words)

 Divorce Source: Conflict Resolution
Conflict occurs when two or more people believe that what each wants is incompatible with what the other wants.
Conflict is likely to increase in times of change.
Conflict can be managed to maximize creative outcomes and minimize destructive ones.
www.divorcesource.com /CA/ARTICLES/dishon2.html   (302 words)

 Divorce Info on the Web
Divorce rates are increasing due to many factors, and over the past 30 years, they have been higher than ever in our society.
The Divorce Survival Guide is a free email newsletter provided by Nathan Claunch, Ph.D. and founded by Chris Wemple, dedicated to to the proposition that surviving a divorce can be a gateway to a fuller and richer life, with a greater capacity for parenting, relationships, and personal satisfaction.
Divorce Transitions is a web site dedicated to providing divorce information and a support community to those anticipating, experiencing, or recovering from a separation or divorce.
www.filebox.vt.edu /users/gsimmons/divorceinfo.html   (1996 words)

 Custody Newsletter Volume #9
Parties engaged in a high conflict divorce may show their worst behavior to all, but it is impossible to predict, as the courts so often wish they could do, whether this behavior will lessen after the final resolution of the case.
The alienating parent is facing an internal conflict; the alienating parent is interacting with the spouse in a manner designed to produce conflict; and the external forces, such as therapists, attorneys and the court, are involved in the polarization, at least to some degree.
Certain counties, court systems and other governmental entities7 are requiring all parents of children involved in a divorce to attend an educational program designed to help them understand the impact of the divorce process on themselves and their children and to recognize the value to children of having both parents involved.
www.pace-custody.org /newsletter9.html   (9374 words)

 Idaho Mountain Express: Magistrate judge wants mediation program for high-conflict divorce cases - It could reduce ...
The judge says that in high conflict divorces the interests of the child are what it’s all about, the most important thing.
The goal of the program is to reduce the number of high conflict divorce cases going through the system by providing an alternative to litigation.
Perhaps the most disturbing concern surrounding the issue of high conflict divorce is the potential for domestic violence.
www.mtexpress.com /1998/12-09-98/hcdiv.htm   (993 words)

 Marital Conflict - Divorce and Separation: Understanding Marital Conflict - Divorce and Separation
Marital Conflict - Divorce And Separation: Divorce and separation are both legal and emotional processes that can cause the most horrible types of conflict.
If you can't avoid the conflict, you'll want to know that at the end of the day you were able to manage your anger with class and grace and we can help you accomplish that.
Conflict Prevention In The Workplace - Using Cooperative Communication is one of the few books that explains how to prevent conflict rather than manage it.
conflict911.com /resources/Marital_Conflict_-_Divorce_and_Separation   (630 words)

 Session A13: Rooney & Walker: The Kidnapping of the Self: A Self-Psychological Approach to the Understanding and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In divorce, the emerging reality of the child derives from the shattering of the intact family and the struggle to establish a new beginning of self-selfobject connections with parents whose own self-stability is temporarily compromised.
One of the distinguishing characteristics of high conflict divorce is that the parents’ selfobject needs chronically supercede parental empathy for the needs of the child.
Such an alliance, inherent in high conflict divorce, requires the child to view, and perhaps ultimately experience, the alienated parent in the same way as the alienating parent does, thereby, causing the psychological loss of that parent.
www.selfpsychology.org /1998conf/abstracts/A_13-RooneyWalker.htm   (198 words)

 Divorce - Find Library Articles By Topic
Divorce and Children Part I: An Interview with Robert Hughes, Jr., Ph.D. The first of two interviews on divorce and children.
Divorce and Children Part II: An Interview with Robert Hughes, Jr., Ph.D. Article on children and divorce.
Conflict between parents and children's adjustment to divorce.
www.family-source.com /cache/768760/idx/0   (452 words)

 Thanks to Rick Leeds RLeeds
This is kown as the intergenerational transmission of divorce (Amato, 1996; Kulka and Weingarten, 1979; Glenn and Kramer, 1985; Glenn and Shelton, 1983).
The "high conflict" factor predicts a poor parent-child relationship (#11), predicts the outcome of joint custody (#28), and predicts whether time with the non-custodial parent is benefecial or distressing (#38).
However, in reality, the children of divorce seem to endure years of conflict prior to their parents’ divorce; the conflict often ontinues unabated after the divorce, or even intensifies; and many parents go on to marry again and have highly conflicted remarriages.
www.familylawreform.org /divorce_conflict.htm   (3665 words)

 Parenting Magazine > What 3 Greatest Gift You Can Give To Your Children by Co-Parenting?
A successful divorce is one in which the parents divorce each other but do not require the child to divorce one of the parents, either as a result of parental conflict or by one parent not being available to the child.
Divorce brings about many changes in the life of the children.
Remember children don't deserve to be caught in the middle of divorce conflict.
www.emaxhealth.com /cms/?m=show&id=1230   (811 words)

 Journal of College Student Development: Effects of Family Conflict, Divorce, and Attachment Patterns on the ...
Because attachment to parents is an important predictor of college adjustment, one can reasonably assume that certain events may alter young adults' attachment and therefore affect their psychological and social adjustment.
Certainly temperament and other dispositional elements of children and parents may affect the strength of the attachment that is formed, but interpersonal events such as intrafamilial conflict and alteration of the family structure through divorce or separation may affect attachment as well.
That is, family conflict may affect psychological and social adjustment by disrupting young adults' attachment to their parents (Kline, Johnston, & Tschann, 1991).
newssearch.looksmart.com /p/articles/mi_qa3752/is_200401/ai_n9360615   (1220 words)

 Divorce as Friends - Free Online Tips, Advice, Resources on Divorcing as Friends, Divorce as Friends
This cycle of conflict then continues on and on without either person ever noticing his or her role in the problem.
Divorce As Friends - Articles, resources, and support to help minimize conflict during your divorce, and possibly save your marriage - As featured on Oprah and recommended by the Wall Street Journal.
Fifteen percent of his clients never divorced, and the ones who did were able to part as friends.
whispy.com /divorce_as_friends.htm   (2214 words)

 Same-Sex Divorce in the Conflict of Laws
Even where such provisions have been included in statutes creating civil unions or domestic partnerships as a matter of internal family law, none have examined the conflict of laws aspects of the procedure and none have discussed same-sex divorce in the conflict of laws.
Part one of this paper examines the conflict of laws issues related to divorce following same-sex marriage both in the international context and in the interstate and interprovincial setting as applied to Canada and the United States.
It further suggests that the couple’s home state should permit same-sex divorce as an incident of a foreign state’s same-sex marriage without regard to whether the home state itself would have allowed the couple to marry or would recognise their marriage as valid.
www.hartjournals.co.uk /kclj/volumes/15/issues/1/483.html   (316 words)

 Divorce - Survive Divorce
Divorce Magazine is a compassionate self-help resource for people in need of information about separation and divorce.
A certified divorce decree is a copy of your divorce decree that has been Send a request for a certified divorce decree to the courthouse in which you
Divorce Laws of the Fifty States, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
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 101 Ways To Raise Divorced Children To Success
This divorce parenting guide offers many proven ways that will not only help you help your children but will also guide you on how to deal with yourself and your former ex-spouse for your children's sake.
by Ruben Francia It is not the divorce but the conflict arising after divorce the culprit of most psychological-adjustment problems the children are having.
Visit his web site at http://www.101divorceparenting.com Publishing Rights: You have permission to publish this article electronically, in print, in your ebook or on your website, free of charge, as long as the author's information and web link are included at the bottom of the article.
www.101divorceparenting.com /101articles/art005.html   (1254 words)

 The Cult of Parenthood: A Qualitative Study of Parental Alienation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Research has consistently shown that children whose parents divorce suffer emotionally and psychologically, especially when the divorce is contentious and the children are exposed to ongoing conflict between their parents (e.g., Amato, 1994; Johnston, 1994, Wallerstein and Blakeslee, 1996; Wallerstein and Lewis, 2004).
One subset of children of divorce considered most at risk for negative outcomes are those experiencing ongoing post-divorce conflict (Garrity and Baris, 1994, Turkat, 2002).
For three fourths (n=30) the parents divorced during the participant’s childhood and in all but six cases the alienating parent was the mother.
homepages.tesco.net /kingsley.miller/pasPHd1.htm   (9205 words)

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