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Study shows children of divorce may benefit more from shared custody

When it comes to living arrangements for the children of divorce, the norm here in the U.S. court system has long been that a primary residence for the children will be established with one parent while visitation time will be granted to the other parent, such that they spend alternate weekends and/or certain holidays with them.

Study explores how divorce can affect a money manager's performance

To many people, the world of hedge fund management may seem arcane, insular and highly exclusive. While this is perhaps true to a certain degree, it's important to remember that those who occupy these high-paying, powerful positions are human beings and therefore not immune to feelings of real emotional turmoil, particularly where divorce is concerned.

National Parents Organization: Texas custody laws get a C

Parents going through a divorce must make child custody decisions, but it is not a topic that applies to divorce only. Many parents across the nation must address the issue. In fact, approximately 40 percent of children are born to unmarried parents, as a recent U.S. Health and Human Services report shows.

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