She had loved him madly, desperately, longingly, lovingly. She loved him from their first date in high school. She followed him into college. She married him as soon as they graduated. She had borne him children.
Divorce used to carry a horrid stigma. If you divorced, you were a loser, your children were slated for a life of crime or worse, and you and your progeny were largely to be cast on the dust heap of society.
Kind of a Halloween pondering on Legitimation, it seems, from our Marietta and Atlanta divorce attorney, Megan McClinton.
Tonight's post on adultery and divorce was written by our Marietta divorce attorney, Alyssa Blanchard.
Tonight's post on divorce, Ashley Madison style, was written by our Gainesville and Lawrenceville divorce attorney, Jennifer Thuy-Tien McCall.
My family was traveling back from North Carolina from our vacation today just cruisin' and playing the radio, when an old familiar song that I hadn't heard in quite a while came on. It was not a song about divorce, but that's my point.