If someone claims not to be a parent on their dating profile, would evidence of this dampen their claim to spending more time with their child?
Does listing a salary in the six figures on Match.com, but claiming a salary in divorce filings in the solid five figures mean the person is lying on their dating profile — or lying in court?
"People sometimes assume that lots of military wives cheat when their husbands deploy," she said. But in my experience, it isn’t as common as military husbands having an affair with a female soldier while overseas." "I know many couples that divorced as a result of a relationship that began in the war zone," Perkins said. while not unheard of, it does not happen very much at all." "The military is a cross section of our society, and just as in civilian communities, there are always promiscuous men and women," hd said.
"It is a huge, unaddressed issue that can cause significant stress for military spouses." "There would be rumors about military wives hanging out at the clubs while their husbands were in the field," said Sgt. "The type of work soldiers deal with tend to attract partners that have similar attractions to duty, honor and commitment," added Phyfe, who served in the Army from 1980 to 1996 and now works with Vet Dogs, an organization that provides guide, service and therapy dogs to members of military with a disability. Military spouses can lose their sense of self, since their partners' career of service often takes precedence over theirs. Her daughter was not yet 2 and she was pregnant with her second child when she found out that she would be stationed in England.
"In a military marriage, duty is first; everything else second,” said Perkins, who lives in Honolulu with her husband, an active-duty soldier in the Army, and their four children. Military wives are not as likely to cheat as their deployed husbands.
A misconception about military marriage is that it frequently involves infidelity, according to Perkins.
“Dating website users can often face temptation to embellish some personal information on profiles, but this lack of honesty could prove costly for someone in the middle of a divorce or child custody case,” Alton Abramowitz, president of the AAML, says in a press statement.“Identifying yourself as single when you are not, or listing that you have no children when you are actually a parent, can represent some key pieces of evidence against you during the divorce process.” Among the survey’s key results: – 59% of AAML members cited an increase in the use of evidence from dating websites during the past three years.– was the top website for online dating website evidence with 64% of the respondents, e Harmony was second at 9% and 27% noted other choices.In honor of Memorial Day, we talked to four military spouses about what what their marriages are really like, especially when one spouse is far away or in combat.
They shared some truths about their lives, which are often misunderstood by civilians. Military couples put duty first -- not their marriages.
– Relationship Status was the most common evidence item with 57% in the survey, followed by Salary and Occupation at 15%; 7% noted the Parental Status listed by users.