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Gray divorce involves tackling issues like property division

A growing number of people in California are getting divorced later in life -- a phenomenon known as a gray divorce. This is true despite the fact that the divorce rate overall has declined during the past two decades nationwide. Here are a few reasons why people get divorced and thus wrestle with issues such as property division and alimony over the age of 50.

Property division can be tough to tackle with a narcissist

Going through the dissolution of a marriage in California can be difficult no matter how amicable the process may seem at first. However, a divorce proceeding involving matters such as property division and child custody can be even more challenging to navigate if one's spouse happens to be narcissistic. Here is a glimpse at how those who are married to people with narcissistic personalities can protect their best interests during the divorce process.

High asset divorce, regular divorce have a wide range of causes

When engaged couples in California decide to marry, they typically anticipate that their marital unions will last a long time. Of course, life happens, and sometimes, irreconcilable differences end up driving two spouses apart. Research shows that a tenth of people who are 15 years old or older have experienced high asset divorce or regular divorce situations and remain unmarried in the United States. Married couples decide to break up for numerous reasons, but here is a glimpse at some common ones.

Child custody does not have to be a source of conflict

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce for many couples is figuring out how to minimize the impact of the process on their children. Fortunately, parents in California can take steps to reduce conflict between themselves when dealing with child custody and visitation issues. This can, in turn, have a positive impact on the children long-term.

In Solana Beach and throughout the greater San Diego area, Ratzer Family Law is your best choice for experienced representation with personalized service. Contact us online or call 858-925-8099 today.

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