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Consider options for the martial home during divorce

One of the biggest decisions you will have to make when you are going through a divorce is whether you want to fight for the marital home or not. While many people just assume that they will battle it out for that residence when the marriage ends, there are some instances in which you might not want to try to keep it.

Adjusting to a single-parent household after divorce

Like many parents in California, you likely had many worries weighing on your mind after deciding to divorce. You no doubt had concerns about how your decision might affect your children's lives, although you were hopeful that your kids would successfully adapt to a new lifestyle. Especially if you were married for many years, transitioning into single parenthood can be quite challenging. Divorce often evokes a string of mixed emotions.

Ease the transition from married to single life

The end of a marriage is a traumatic time for all parties involved. When you are in this position, you have to think carefully about how you are going to handle things. There is one thing that you need to remember – you are going to feel a range of emotions that you might not expect. Many of these will come up when you experience things that remind you of the marriage. Even if the marriage wasn't the best, you might feel sorrow or upset about the end of the union.

Spousal support can help stay-at-home spouses during divorce

There are many things that you must do when you are going through a divorce. These include practical matters like deciding where you will live and emotional matters like how you are going to cope with the fallout. Having a plan for handling all these issues is imperative. We are here to help you with the practical matters so that you are able to focus on the emotional aspects.

Harness your emotions at the end of your marriage

The end of a marriage is an emotionally charged time. Both adults have to be prepared to deal with many life changes. When you have children, you can't focus only on what you need, as you also have to think about what is best for them. There are many considerations to ponder in these cases.

Academic success of wealthy kids is impacted when parents divorce

Researchers have long been aware of how a parents' separation can adversely impact a child's academic success. Earlier this month, researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) published a study describing the kids that divorce affects the most. They determined that divorce seems to impact children from more stable, wealthier families than it does those who were previously struggling.

Gray divorce issues: should you be concerned

You were married for decades. You raised your kids, who are now grown and on their own. You've been planning your retirement and looking forward to traveling, taking up a hobby or simply having more time to enjoy your grandkids, friends or even time to yourself. You might never have imagined that another item on your post-55 agenda would be getting divorced.

Practical decisions benefit you in asset and debt division

One of the most difficult things to do during a divorce is determine who is going to get what. Both sides likely want the assets, but neither wants to have to take on the debt. While you might be tempted to try to get as much as you can during the property division process, you have to remember that many assets come at a cost.