Untying the knot: The dramatic resurgence of messy divorces

Remember when Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced their split with an air of mutual respect and understanding, showcasing an alternative path to ending a marriage? Fast forward to the present, where the playbook has taken a dramatic twist. The calm waters of conscious uncoupling have given way to tempestuous seas, where divorcing couples are (re-)embracing the chaos, the theatrics, and the emotional fireworks that define a Hollywood blockbuster.

What’s stopping America from adopting these bizarre Italian laws?

While you might enjoy your pizza and pasta, there's more to Italy than just delicious cuisine. If you didn't know, Italy is home to some of the most unique and quirky laws that leave the rest of the world scratching their heads in bewilderment.

Let’s explore some of the country’s legal oddities and contemplate whether the Land of the Free could use a dash of Italian eccentricity in its legal system.

“Conflicted out,” “unconscionable prenups,” and other fun legal terms in the prestige drama Succession

The HBO show, Succession, takes us deep into the power struggles of the illustrious Roy family. With the leadership of global media and entertainment empire Waystar RoyCo hanging in the balance, the three Roy siblings — Kendall, Siobhan (“Shiv”), and Roman — battle it out for control while their ailing father, Logan, fights a health crisis.

Divorcing in secret: Tips from the rich

There are some legitimate benefits to keeping your divorce under wraps. For one, divorcing in secret means no meddling friends, nosy neighbors, or prying relatives poking their noses where they don't belong. Divorcing in secret lets you quietly legally separate from your spouse without unsolicited advice or judgmental glances.