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Making a co-parenting relationship successful

Even before a baby is born, parents-to-be may discuss their intended parenting methods. After their birth, parents will continually improve and address their parenting techniques as their child grows and needs change. And as most suspect, certain life events could greatly disturb how parents in California and elsewhere will parent their children. Divorce is one of those times where parents will have to reach an agreement, either on their own or by the court, on how they will parent their children moving forward.

Making it work: 6 key things to keep in mind with custody agreements

Drafting a custody agreement that makes sense for your children and is in their best interests doesn't have to be an uphill climb. Check out our SlideShare presentation and learn about six important things to keep in mind with custody agreements.

Why can the property division process seem unfair?

Divorce is never something to which one aspires, but sometimes it is needed. No matter how difficult and emotional the process might be, many California couples decide to go through the process in hopes of having a happy and fulfilling life post-divorce. But in order to get from point A to point B, divorcing couples need to tackle several major issues. One of the most challenging of these is the property division. Heated disputes often arise during this phase, causing some spouses to think they will leave the relationship with an unfair share of the marital assets.

Helping clients overcome the pitfalls of property division

Many concerns follow a divorce filing. Spouses oftentimes try to cope with the idea that they will have to transition from a married life to a single life. This sparks many questions about how this life will look and which items from his or her married life will carry over with them to this newly formed single life. Thus, property division is often a closely looked at phase during marriage dissolution, causing many couples to get into heated disputes.

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