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A prenup provides inheritance and business protections

Prenuptial agreements are one document that is often misunderstood. Some people think that they don't need one if they don't have a lot of money. The fact of the matter here is that everyone can benefit from having a prenuptial agreement in place before they get married. You have to try to think ahead when you are trying to determine whether you need one or not.

Do you need to convince a California judge that your ex is unfit?

Many parents have differences of opinion regarding how to raise their children. Maybe one parent likes to let kids stay up late on weekends, but the other parent believes it's more important to be consistent with an earlier bedtime. You and your co-parent might have minor issues that cause friction between you. It's not uncommon, and it's often not impossible to find common ground on which you can build a compromise.

Divorce numbers spike in summer

Summer means the kids are out of school and vacations are planned and taken. It can also be a time of added stress on a marriage. Anytime there is a significant change to your daily routine, it can result in additional stress.

Practicing patience can diffuse contentious co-parenting matters

Trying to make your child custody arrangements work after you go through a divorce can be challenging. You have to figure out which arrangements will work best for your family and how they will impact your children. One attribute that must be present when co-parenting your child is patience. There are going to be some frustrating times ahead as you adjust to parenting your child across two homes.