Divorce (or the dissolution of marriage) is the final termination of a marital union, canceling the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage and dissolving the bonds of matrimony between the parties . Divorce laws vary considerably around the world, but in most countries it requires the sanction of a court or other authority in a legal process. The legal process of divorce may also involve issues of alimony (spousal support), child custody, child support, distribution of property, and division of debt. Where monogamy is law, divorce allows each former partner to marry another; where polygyny is legal but polyandry is not, divorce allows the woman to marry another. Between 1971 and 2011, several countries legalized divorce, the last one being Malta in 2011. The majority Catholic Philippines is the last officially secular country that does not have civil divorce for the whole population; Muslims, however, are granted...
Jia Sen started the Discussion
6 hrs ago
Should a couple who constantly fights divorce?
In my opinion a couple who does not see eye to eye and is constantly arguing and fighting should think about getting a divorce. After all life is too short to spend it in so much negativity and hatred. Most time couples who stick together use their more »
I got married last year in December to a boy of my parents’ choice. It was purely an arranged marriage that was fixed via some distant relative in our family, who knew the boy’s family through some common connection. After marriage, I shifted base to another city and being a Delhi girl I had a lot of inhibitions and apprehensions that how would I adjust in a small town, whom would I hang out with, what about my parents and all those bothersome thoughts. But then I prepared myself mentally th more »
I have been married for two years and I have been having numerous problems in my marriage. When our match was made our kundlis had 33 gunn matching. Everyone though we were the perfect pair as per our kundlis. Yet our marriage is troubled and my more »
Since the first day of my marriage, I have had problems with my interfering and good-for-nothing sister-in-law. She was so possessive about my husband that she kept creating rifts between the both of us. I was so relieved when she got married and more »
I am shocked to see the rise in divorce rates in India. Earlier, matrimony in India was a sacred institution not just between two people, but between two families. Traditional Indian marriages were held keeping in mind all conservative and religious customs and duties. Indians were a great believer of the ‘Arranged Marriage’ system. Though this type of a marriage arrangement is hard to acknowledge nowadays, but still, such marriages worked wonders for our parents. I remember how my par more »
Neelam Nath commented on the blog
on Nov 14, 2013 , 09:38 am
Keep showing her the Divorce papers at the slightest pretext , Concoct all the Negative traits in her ,reproduce her negative traits if they are actually there ,in a Group ,make them Visible ,highlight them in the society , Deny her the basics but Do Consume a Lot in her presence like a Badshah in the making , Ensuring her to feel like Loser,Provoke the Neighbors first ,Run away and show it as is She is the Culprit , Make her conditions so miserable that her Blood Relations who become more »