NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France has had more than his share of divorce drama. After marrying and divorcing his ex-wife, Megan, twice between 2001 and 2008, the case was reopened when Megan claimed that Brian was not following what was agreed to in their 2008 separation agreement.
This week, we will discuss one more installment on the topic of advanced fertility options and family courts. As we have said in the previous posts on men who are choosing to become fathers through surrogacy, a state court grappling with child support in sperm donation cases, and custody issues surrounding children conceived through in vitro fertilization, there are many new issues related to fertility advancements and family law coming to head.
We have all heard that divorce can be very expensive, but it doesn't always have to be that way. In fact, there are many money-saving techniques that can help cut costs during the divorce process, as a recent article from Fox Business explained. First, the article said that it is important to establish a divorce budget and stick to it. This will help prevent costs from getting out of hand when your emotions are running on high.
This may or may not surprise you, but it's becoming increasingly common for people 50 and older to divorce after long-term marriages. It has become so common, in fact, that the phenomenon has been dubbed "gray divorce." Most often, gray divorces take place among those with grown children, but people on the verge of retirement and even retirees are also making the decision to continue on alone.