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Preparing clients for property division scenarios in a divorce


When a California couple gets married, each spouse tends to work hard in order to develop a successful career. Their hard work not only earns a good income but also secures their household's finances and financial stability. However, when the relationship goes downhill and ends in a divorce, everything that the couple worked hard for such as their bank accounts, business assets, furniture and even their marital home can be at stake during property division. This is one of the reasons why property division is among the most complicated tasks in a divorce.

What should spouses know about the divorce process in California?


Most Californians are loosely familiar with the legal issues involved at the end of a marriage. Some have experienced them firsthand, and others have seen friends or family members experience the range of emotions that comes with the end of this most intimate relationship. However, before divorce papers are filed and a couple is forced to deal with issues such as child custody, spousal support and asset and property division, they might want to look more closely at what the process entails.

Facing California divorce problems head-on


Every divorce case in California is unique. Although divorcing couples may deal with child custody, property division, child support and many other issues, no divorce case is entirely the same as another. Individuals going through divorce are prone to making mistakes, which could lead to consequences post-divorce. However, there are ways that divorcing spouses can make the process go smoothly.

Helping you deal with your emotions during divorce


For many Californians, meeting someone, falling in love, having children and spending their life with that one person offers the ideal life. In reality, not everyone is able to achieve this. Marriages fail for a variety of reasons, and too often people are left with the emotional and sometimes financial wreckage that is divorce.

Mistakes that affect California parents' ability to co-parent


Every child in Orange County, California, deserves a happy family. However, in some situations, divorce changes the family dynamic and that happy family becomes more difficult to achieve. For some children, divorce can seem like an infection that can kill the love and care their parents provide together. Although young children are not mature enough to understand the situation and what their parents are going through, it is the responsibility of both parents to limit the impact of separation on their children.

Documentary suggests better ways to go through divorce


The end of a marriage is a life-changing event. In the United States, roughly half of all marriages end in divorce, which is why so many people, including Californians, are familiar with the legal process. When people talk about divorce, they often refer to the legal process as a battlefield where two individuals argue over child-custody arrangements, property division and spousal support. Emotions run high during divorce, which makes it difficult to settle cases as quickly as possible.

How emotions affect divorce cases


In Orange County, California, people who have been through divorce probably agree that divorce is a difficult process. Finances are at stake and the future full of uncertainties. The process itself is also full of emotions, which can certainly affect or derail even an amicable split.

Mind the children during divorce


Many parents in Orange County, California, know that each child is unique and they relate to different things differently. Divorce, for one, is a difficult, emotional process that can be stressful on the divorcing parent's children. According to one author, a child has a dominant sense and addressing that sense can help parents help their child survive the challenges of a divorce proceeding to help them feel safe, secure and loved.

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.

A closer look at tax implications in a California divorce


The end of a marriage is frequently an emotional time. Many Californians who have gone through a divorce know this firsthand. Alongside the anger, frustration, relief and other emotions comes something most of us would rather not think about, taxes.