A divorce between an Air Force veteran and his wife has caused some to debate whether disability benefits from the Veterans Administration should be considered when determining spousal or child support. Most states allow the payments to be included in the determination, but many receiving those benefits believe that this should not be the case.
Those who live in Clarksville, Tennessee, have no doubt seen their fair share of divorces. The high rate of divorce for marriages in the U.S. means that if you have not been involved in a divorce it is likely that you know someone who has. Some reports estimate the divorce rate to be as high as 50 percent.
Many Tennessee individuals have realized that they want to get a divorced from their former loved ones. However, what if one was not permitted to do so because of a crazy technicality? That is the case in a recent story.
It seems that the state of Utah is a place where a mother who no longer wants her child can easily get that child placed with adoptive parents without the father's permission. Recent cases involving the state have blatantly disregarded the rights of a father. In many cases, the parents of the child are unmarried, and an illegitimate adoption could involve any father, including one in Tennessee.
For more than a decade, the military has been doing battle overseas. The stressors of war are numerous, and many soldiers have been afflicted with injuries, both physical and mental. In addition to injuries that are diagnosable, some relationships have been seriously injured. For those marriages that have at least one spouse away at war, the emotional strain can be intense enough to cause a military divorce.