History of Divorce in California In California’s earliest days, the Gold Rush and trans-Pacific trade routes brought in countless enterprising, adventurous people hoping to find their fortune. Most of these early explorers were young men. For a time, there were far more men than women in California’s earliest towns and cities. Although this would change…

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Divorce and Musical Instruments Divorce has helped countless people in difficult or failed marriages end that chapter in their lives and start again. If you and your spouse believe a divorce is right for you, there are a number of things you will have to consider. One of the foremost issues is what to do…

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Postnuptial Agreements While prenuptial agreements have been popular for many years, postnuptial agreements are beginning to gain more attention. As the name implies, postnuptial agreements are signed after a couple get married, while prenuptial agreements are signed before marriage. As with any other legal contract, drafting and signing a postnuptial agreement often requires the help…

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Factors that Affect Visitation Rights When parents file for divorce, custody and visitation rights will most likely be established by the court. As such, it is imperative that both parents understand the factors that may affect each one’s ability to visit their child following the divorce. If you are in the midst of divorce proceedings…

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Emotional Stages of Divorce When undergoing a divorce, there is a broad range of emotions that one may feel about their situation. Like grieving for the loss of a loved one, divorcees often experience similar emotional stages. When overwhelmed, it may help to remind yourself that you are not alone and that this stage will…

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Division of Debts

Division of Debts When a married couple decides to get a divorce, they must come to terms on a divorce settlement. This settlement usually includes a division of assets and determines child custody, child support, and alimony. Additionally, this settlement determines the division of the couple’s debts. Divorce is a complicated process and is often…

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Co-parenting after Divorce The decision to end a marriage can be immensely painful, even if the parties filing for divorce have been dissatisfied with their union for a considerable period of time. Conflicting emotions and a tendency to be exceptionally critical of both one’s self and one’s partner can be psychologically devastating. But it is…

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Military Divorce and Child Support Life as a military servicemember can mean frequent relocation all around the world. As with any relationship, military marriages can become strained, leading to an unpleasant home life for spouses and children alike. Getting a divorce can greatly improve the quality of life of everyone involved, but the unique situation…

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Divorce & Children’s Toys For couples whose marriage has been irreparably damaged, getting a divorce can be the key to a happier future for both spouses and their children alike. A household full of conflict and fighting is not a positive environment for a child’s development, and divorce does not mean you and your former…

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Divorce and Gift-Giving A marriage is at its core a personal relationship between two people, but it is typically a financial one as well. Although gift-giving between spouses, and even between former spouses, can be a way to show your love, friendship, or appreciation, it can fuel an already-existing conflict. Certain gifts can even trigger…

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