You signed a prenuptial agreement back when you got married. Now you and your spouse are talking about divorce, and you want to look over the document again. For one thing, you want to check what you agreed to, but you also wonder if some of the provisions in it won't actually hold up.
Eyewitness testimony is something of a paradox in the legal system. While it often inspires the trust of the jury, the reality is that it is often wrong. Many people who wind up behind bars when they never broke the law are only there because an eyewitness picked them out of a lineup or otherwise identified them. In some cases, DNA evidence later clears them of the charges, but this does not happen for everyone.
Divorce is often caused by subtle things that one partner does not even realize are breaking the relationship apart. It's not always something obvious like domestic violence or an affair or substance abuse.
Deciding to press forward with a divorce is one of the most difficult decisions you'll ever make. Not only does it impact you, but it will change your children's lives in many ways as well.