October 2018 Archives

Child custody conflict can make divorce hard on the kids

People in California generally do not get married with the expectation that they will later get divorced. However, divorce is unavoidable sometimes, and unfortunately, if young children are involved, they may be emotionally affected by the process. Here are a few tips for navigating child custody during a divorce proceeding in the Golden State.

Seeking hidden assets may be a wise move before property division

Getting divorced can certainly be a confusing ordeal emotionally, but it can also be complicated financially. This is especially true for those who feel that their soon-to-be-exes are hiding assets from them. Here are a few tips for discovering concealed assets before tackling property division during a divorce proceeding in California.

Property division can sometimes be complicated in California

Navigating the process of dissolving a marriage can certainly be challenging from an emotional standpoint. However, it can be equally as confusing from a financial perspective, especially with regard to the distribution of assets. Here is a glimpse at how property division is handled during a divorce proceeding in California.

Property division may be unavoidable due to personality traits

Sometimes, two married people in California try hard to make their marriage work out but to no avail. In some of these situations, the culprit is their personality traits. Here are a couple of personality traits in particular that can prove problematic during marriage and thus ultimately lead to divorce, at which time, issues such as property division must be tackled.

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