Of the more than 100,000 members of The Florida Bar, 276 are currently board certified in marital
and family law.
This study aimed to complement the research on marital
commitment in Indonesia by using a tripartite measure of marriage commitment.
"Because the parties' interest in the company was marital
property that was acquired before the valuation date, the consideration for the sale of the company, which occurred before the dissolution and included an amount paid at the time of the sale and a contractual right to receive future amounts, is also marital
property," said the court in an opinion written by Justice Margaret Chutich.
Once married, the parties decided to sell husband's separate property to purchase a new marital
home to be titled jointly.
"Wifaq provides this program in an effort to promote successful marriages, address marital
distress, and prevent divorce.
Chun Wai Wong, from the University of Keele in the United Kingdom, and colleagues conducted a systematic literature review to identify studies that evaluated the association between marital
status and risk of CVD (coronary heart disease [CHD] or stroke incidence and mortality).
Dual career couple is relatively new phenomena in Pakistan, though it was conceptualized initially by Rapoport and Rapoport (1969) who described that a pattern of marital
relations where both spouses are highly educated, working full time in a demanding job, have a strong identification with and commitment to their work and having high aspirations for upward career mobility (Cherpas, 1985; Haddock et al., 2001; Lucchini et al., 2007).
It is a form of marital
pattern in which both marital
partners are also professionals and have careers (Rapoport and Rapoport, 1969).
In the pre-test, the participants of both groups filled out the informed consent form, the demographic information questionnaire, and the marital
Husband contended that "oral in-court reaffirmation of his $282,000 appraisal at the hearing was the best evidence and the most-timely evidence of [the value of] the marital
residence." He also argued that his appraiser relied on more trustworthy comparables than Wife's appraiser, particularly with regard to location.
In further studies, the associations among marital
coping efforts used to manage marriage difficulties and marital
satisfaction were covered by Cohan and Bradbury (1994) and their findings yielded significant positive relations between marital
satisfaction and positive approach.
Through content analysis seven major themes (viz, lack of warmth from in-laws, husbands' detachment, lack of communication among couples, social dilemma, parents' characteristics, and financial difficulties) were identified which were contributing in poor marital
relationship of these couples.