Men and women who have been married for a long time react to marital problems in different ways - women tend to worry and feel upset, while men predominantly feel frustrated.
The Ministry of Justice has recently published statistics on activity in the family courts of England and Wales for the period April – June 2015.
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A group of charities, MPs and leading academics have called on the Government to do more to tackle family breakdown by tripling the current funding for preventative relationship support to £22 million. The call follows recent recognition from the Government that family breakdown is one of the root causes of child poverty.
The birth of a first child can put a real strain on a marriage, but the relationship adjusts much more quickly after the birth of the second child, new research has found.
There is an increasing gap in the numbers getting married between the rich and poor, according to pro-marriage think tank Marriage Foundation, which claims that mothers with young children are four times more likely to be married if they are wealthy than if they are poor.
The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass) has seen a rise in both care applications and private law applications during July this year, compared to the same period last year.
A woman was unable to divorce her husband citing adultery because he had affairs with men rather than those of the opposite sex.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has given an interesting insight into the legal marital status and living arrangements of people across England and Wales.
New Government funding worth £4.5 million is to be available to regional adoption agencies to help place children with new permanent families faster than ever before.