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Property division, child custody essential divorce considerations

Even when a divorce proceeding is relatively amicable, the process of figuring out issues like property division or alimony can be complicated and often overwhelming. Those who are planning to end their marriage in California might want to take into consideration a couple of critical factors related to divorce before moving forward. Like many other things in life, being prepared for what lays ahead helps reduce surprises and avoid unnecessary pitfalls.

Financial issues can lead to divorce, property division fight

When people get married, they may naturally assume that love will be enough to get them through their toughest moments. Unfortunately, if they end up not being on the same page with their finances, this can quickly take a toll on their emotional bond and ultimately lead to the demise of their marriage. Specifically, debt issues can cause two people in California to decide to move forward with divorce, at which point, they must tackle potentially challenging issues such as debt and property division.

Personality traits may spark divorce, property division conflict

A variety of factors can play a role in a California couple's decision to get divorced. However, experts say that one thing is often overlooked, and that is personality traits. Here is a look at a couple of personality traits that have the potential to be predictors of marital breakups and can even spark conflict when it comes to divorce issues such as property division.

Financial issues may spark divorce, property division conflict

It is not uncommon for newly married individuals to join their assets together, such as their money. This is because they view themselves as a team -- a team that will last long term. The unfortunate reality, though, is that financial problems can easily cause a marriage to end sooner than expected, and when this happens, property division may quickly become an area of conflict. Here is a look at some specific reasons why couples in California may experience financial issues that ultimately lead to divorce.

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