The US divorce rate has fallen steadily over the last 30 or 40 years. It's likely because young adults are taking more time to decide to marry.
Reforming laws relating to unmarried couples is long overdue. But it can also represent an affront couples’ autonomy and erodes the freedom to choose to live in non-marital situations.
No-fault divorce, or no reason at all – how a revolution in divorce law has come about.
Families in the 21st century have changed, making it necessary to rethink what has been "traditional" ways of sharing the custody of children.
Children can experience stress during their parents' separation or divorce. Here's how teachers can support them through this tough time.
Most parents worry how their child will fare after divorce. Most will be fine, so long as they don't witness conflict.
A survey in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, shows the more flexible the roles of men and women in the family, the happier they are.
A new study has examined the practices of good parents post-separation. Here's the parents' advice.
Here are some ways you can successfully co-parent after a divorce. You don't have to be best friends, you just have to think of the kids.
Telling your children you and your partner aren't going to be together anymore is a significant change in their lives.
The Supreme Court ruled that a British couple must stay married until 2020 because there was no 'fault' in their marriage.
More homes, more homes, more homes. What about less elbow room instead?
The only way to get through a breakup is to experience your emotions, but not brood on them.
Housework is typically thought of as a gendered or economic exchange, but a new study emphasises the role played by the knowledge we gain about our partner over the course of a relationship.
Seeking monogamy without jealousy? Try ditching the fear of your partner's intimate connections with others and write your own relationship rules, suggests a relationship researcher.
The review of the Australian family law system is welcome, but it should not waste precious time and resources on data that already exist.
Data show parents with daughters are slightly more likely to separate than those with sons, but the risk disappears where the fathers grew up with a sister.
Muslim women in India struggle with a host of challenges, such as widespread poverty and lack of access to education. Arbitrary divorce was only one of many injustices.
The abolition of 'instant divorce' practice in India highlights how Muslim women are successfully and progressively changing gender rights.
What are the implications of the 'instant divorce' ban in India? Will it provoke a wider re-evaluation of India's Muslim family laws, that affect millions of women?