Divorce Lawyer Reveals the Rising ‘Theme’ He’s Seeing in Couples Right Now

Divorce Lawyer Reveals the Rising ‘Theme’ He’s Seeing in Couples Right Now

A family lawyer has told Newsweek the biggest “theme” he is seeing in divorcing couples—and why he wants more people to know about it.

Dennis Vetrano of the Law Office of Dennis R. Vetrano, Jr., LLC in New York has been practicing family law for decades—from child neglect cases to child custody and divorce.

Working in varying parts of family law, Vetrano sees many couples at the end of their marriage, and he has noticed a common theme.

“Women are doing it all,” he told Newsweek. “She’s got a full-time job, she’s a CEO, plus she’s mom, she’s making six figures plus and still dealing with daycare and laundry and preparing meals.

“Then you have the husband, he’s working a get-by sort of job, and not really wanting for more. But despite this, those stereotypical domestic activities that women historically did, women are still left with those.”

Dennis Vetrano

Divorce Attorney Holly J. Moore Reveals What Breaks A Marriage – Hollywood Life

Divorce Attorney Holly J. Moore Reveals What Breaks A Marriage – Hollywood Life
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Anyone who is married — or has ever been — can confirm that a happy marriage takes much more than love. It also requires work, commitment, communication, and respect to meet one another’s needs and be truly successful. In a world where relationships seem to evolve and dissolve in the blink of an eye, one woman has made it her life’s work to decode the intricacies of human bonds.

Holly J. Moore, a reputable family law attorney, is no stranger to the topic of divorce. With over 15 years of handling high-profile divorce and custody cases, she’s seen her fair share of marriages dissolve — which is why she can be considered an expert

Divorce lawyer reveals the five jobs with the highest number of cheaters – and the results might surprise you

Divorce lawyer reveals the five jobs with the highest number of cheaters – and the results might surprise you
  • Kate Simonds works as an attorney at the Simonds Law Group based in Arizona
  • She shared a clip in which she divulged the ‘most common cheaters’ 
  • The expert was quick to add a caveat, urging: ‘Don’t take this as legal advice’

A divorce lawyer has revealed the five jobs that have the highest number of cheaters – and the results might surprise you.

Kate Simonds, who works as an attorney at the Simonds Law Group, based in Arizona, took to Instagram to dish the dirt.

She shared a clip in which she divulged the ‘most common cheaters based on professions.’

The expert caveated: ‘Don’t take this as legal advice, but if your husband does one of those five occupations, they’re our frequent fliers.’ 

Kate Simonds, who works as an attorney at the Simonds Law Group, based in Arizona, took to Instagram to dish the dirt

Kate Simonds, who works as

“The 50/50 Thing Is A Myth”: Divorce Lawyer Reveals The Main Reason Why Marriages Are Failing, And People Are Not Surprised

“The 50/50 Thing Is A Myth”: Divorce Lawyer Reveals The Main Reason Why Marriages Are Failing, And People Are Not Surprised

Marriage is intended to be till death do you part, but sometimes, spouses change their minds and realize that the best option is to cut ties. There are plenty of valid reasons for getting a divorce, but according to one New York-based divorce lawyer, one reason in particular has been coming up again and again among working mothers.

Below, you’ll find a video that attorney Dennis R. Vetrano Jr. shared on TikTok breaking down the most common theme he’s noticed in divorces recently.

Unfortunately, marriage can’t always be “till death do you part”

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And according to divorce attorney Dennis R. Vetrano Jr., many working mothers have had enough of their marriages

“Do you want to know the major theme that I’m seeing in the divorce industry, as a divorce lawyer, as I do consults these days?”

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“I am seeing