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January 2012 Archives

Nagging: Enemy of love, trigger of divorce?

How many times have you heard the stereotypes? "My wife is a nag." "My husband is lazy and doesn't listen to me." Nagging can be annoying to both the person doing it and the person on the receiving end. But some say nagging can be as damaging to a marriage as adultery, and can cause couples to grow apart and divorce.

Feds set up fugitive website to nab 'deadbeat' parents

People who think they can move away to avoid paying child support to an ex-spouse might be mistaken. Sadly, it's not all that uncommon for people to cross state lines so local police won't go after them for failing to pay child support. But if they rack up a big enough bill, federal officials can step in.

Computer glitch causes late child support payments

A computer problem in another state is making headlines in Colorado and all over the nation. It seems an upgrade to a state's computer system caused a delay in child support payments to parents who needed them, and they weren't even notified directly of the problem. Many discovered it for themselves.

Woman hopes to curb violence with nonprofit

One Colorado woman knows firsthand what it's like to experience domestic violence. She was kidnapped by her boyfriend after she tried to break up with him. He beat her, causing her to suffer a broken rib, she says. The incident naturally led to other problems.

State lawmaker tries again for divorce waiting period

Back in 2001, a Colorado state lawmaker attempted to introduce a bill that would require divorcing parents to undergo counseling prior to getting a divorce. Dr. Laura Schlessinger was invited to support the bill, which made it even more controversial. Without support on both sides of the aisle, the bill went nowhere.

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