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  • 1. Divorce Justin Kortick Block A 11-1-11
  • 2. What is Divorce?
    • Divorce is “The legal and final dissolution of a marriage” according to SIRS.
    • 3. Divorce is also “When couples are growing apart and don't love each other anymore” according to SIRS.
  • 4. What causes Divorce?
    • Divorce is caused by when men and women physically and emotionally abuse and put each other down.
    • 5. Divorce is also caused by yelling, arguing, and fighting constantly over things that don't effect each other.
    • 6. Divorce may be caused by problems of feeling unloved and unappreciated.
    • 7. “Troubles with finance is the top reason for divorce” according to SIRS.
  • 8. How can Divorce be prevented?
    • Divorce can be prevented if the couple goes to court and allow the judge to intervene.
    • 9. Divorce can also be prevented if the couple consults therapists for problems that they have.
    • 10. Divorce can also be prevented if the couple deepens their religious beliefs.
    • 11. Divorce could also be prevented if the couple goes to couples counseling.
  • 12. What are the effects on children?
    • Children can experience depression.
    • 13. Children are more likely to become expelled from school.
    • 14. Children might get into trouble with law and be put in jail.
    • 15. Children's grades may go down in school.
    • 16. “Children from fatherless homes are 33 times more likely to be physically abused” according to SIRS.
  • 17. What are the effects of children?
    • A large percentage of children are likely to be killed.
    • 18. Children might fear marriage of their own due to their parents' divorce.
  • 19. What are the procedures of Divorce?
    • Children's needs should be considered first because you need to find out how the couple is going to take care of them.
    • 20. Couples put their differences aside and consult with lawyers.
    • 21. Law differs from state to state and country to country to decide if/how you can get divorced.
    • 22. The couple goes to court to sign documents to finalize the divorce and end the marriage.
  • 23. High School Academy
    • I will be going to River Hill High School
    • 24. The career academy I researched is “Government, Law, and Public Administration
    • 25. I picked this career academy because I am looking to be a lawyer and this academy tells you what you need to know and how to be a lawyer
  • 26. The George Washington University
    • The George Washington University is located in Washington D.C.
    • 27. To the tuition for this school is $45,750 per academic year
    • 28. The program requirements are a Bachelor's Degree, you need to take the LSAT within the past five years before applying
  • 29. The George Washington University
    • You must summit a personal statement
    • 30. You need to show them your undergraduate major and grades
    • 31. Lastly, you need letters of recommendations
    • 32. Some interesting facts are it is located in our nation's capital, they have an exciting basketball team, and GW Law receives approximately 10,000 applications for 500 students
  • 33. Community Service
    • Volunteered at Help-A-Person from 2011-2013
    • 34. Duties included writing down peoples problems and figuring out ways for them to avoid them
    • 35. Showing people how to relax if they get extremely frustrated
  • 36. Prior Job Experience
    • Babysitter- Jobs included helping children with their homework as much as they need and making meals if necessary
    • 37. Waiter at Ruby Tuesday- Received many wonderful tips and complements from customers and manager
  • 38. Statistics
    • Ages 25-29 men are 6% more likely to divorce women
    • 39. From age 30-34 men are 3% more likely to divorce woman
    • 40. Lastly, from ages 35-39 men are 1% more likely to divorce woman