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Drinking habits could show your likelihood of divorce

Michigan couples may be interested in this new study in the news, because it has shown how drinking has an effect on your marriage over the course of nine years. According to this recently published article in the Nov. 22 news about divorce, drinking might not be the deal breaker it has been made out to be, but there's a catch. This is only the case when both couples are consuming roughly the same amount of alcohol, and it only lowers the likelihood of divorce; it doesn't eliminate it.

Postnuptial agreement advice -- even for happily married couples

If a happily married spouse decides to inventory and value financial accounts and other assets of the marital estate, will that send the wrong message to a spouse? A recent article suggests it may actually have a positive impact.

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