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Can Californians end a marriage in ways other than litigation?


Many people in California think that divorce requires "litigation," meaning in common parlance that their attorneys argue in court over the details of the couple's positions in front of a judge who makes a final ruling. Historically, litigation has been used in most divorces, but as increasing numbers of attorneys and legal observers have noted, it has certain disadvantages. It can be emotionally difficult for the divorcing couple and their children, expensive and can lead to conflict will that can last for years. Fortunately, another option called "collaborative law" is available for couples who want to save themselves the emotional and financial challenges of litigation.

Hamm divorce settlement tops $1 billion


Californians are no strangers to high-asset divorce cases, particularly those living in Orange County. Considering that many celebrities call the Golden State home, it is not unusual for residents to hear about the latest celebrity divorce filing and affluent couples separating. One recent particular high-asset divorce concerning an oil tycoon tops them all.

Helping grandparents assert their child visitation rights


Children who have grandparents in their lives typically love spending time with them whenever they can and especially during family gatherings and holidays. The close relationship between a grandparent and grandchild spans the generations and usually helps hold a family together. When a child's parents decide to part ways, however, the bond between grandparent and grandchild can be disrupted. The separation can become even greater as the court focuses on child custody and the noncustodial parent's visitation rights.

Personal data impacts divorce and family law issues


Identity theft is common these days and can ruin a person's finances, reputation and life. The risks brought by identity theft are not the only reasons why California spouses should protect their personal data. Digital information should be protected from spouses, especially in the event of a divorce and other family law issues, such as child custody and child support disputes.

Changes in child custody means more fathers getting kids


Custody disputes often arise in cases of divorce as well as with unmarried couples who have children together. In California, some custody cases are settled with one parent receiving sole custody of the children and the other parent getting visitation rights, typically on weekends. For many fathers who want to be involved in the upbringing of their children, many child-custody arrangements seem unfair, with the woman typically getting the custodial role and the father being sidelined with visitation rights.

Dating during divorce can affect child custody issues


When Orange County, California, residents talk about legal issues involving family, they often refer to divorce, which is the most common family law issue. Many people consider divorce a complex process involving different issues, such as property division, alimony or spousal support and if children are involved, child support and child custody issues are likely to arise.

Postnuptial agreements can address family law concerns


Prenuptial agreements have become common fixtures for many couples before marriage, including those in California. However, with the U.S. divorce rate now at 40 percent and the California rate at 60 percent, married couples in some circumstances should also consider postnuptial agreements when they make major changes during marriage. For example, postnuptial agreements may be helpful when one parent decides to forgo a career, perhaps temporarily, in order to stay at home to raise the couple's children.

Interesting facts about divorce in 2013


The year 2013 resulted in numerous celebrity divorces, family law disputes and other issues. Last year was also the year for a survey about why Americans, including those in Orange County, California, are filing for divorce and the other factors connected with divorce legal issues.

Deciding on pet custody in a California divorce


The end of a marriage may bring various challenges, ranging from child custody and child support to property division. When family pets are involved, pet custody, an unusual divorce issue, may turn into a legal dispute. This applies to all states in the U.S., including California.

California men should make wise financial decisions in a divorce


When it comes to divorce, movies and television often portray men as either angry or sulking. In reality, divorce is a major life event for both men and women. Machismo aside, divorcing husbands do hurt emotionally. A divorce can hurt the financial side of their life as well.