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Protecting your property division rights during divorce

When spouses in California and other states across the nation decide it is best to divorce, they also need to decide what is best for their future. In doing that, divorcing spouses need to consider what their post-divorce life will look like and what properties they seek to be included in it.

Life change could prompt post-divorce modifications in California

Spouses tend to take a big sigh of relief once their divorce is finalized. Because a failing marriage and a subsequent divorce can be emotionally and mentally challenging, newly divorced spouses in California and elsewhere seek to move forward, believing that their divorce decree is suitable and will remain intact for years to come. However, the unfortunate reality is that no divorce settlement is perfect, and divorced couples will likely need to revisit them at some point post-divorce.

4 things to consider to make your business divorce proof

Even after considering all of the risks, many entrepreneurs can't wait to start their own business. Most know they will have to put in long hours in order to build their business, but the benefits in the end will be well worth the hard work.

Helping you resolve family law disputes in California

Fights have the ability of being emotionally damaging. While some might be minor and easy to overcome, some are major, and are damaging to a relationship. When married couples in California are involved in a family dispute, it can seem impossible to get past it. Whether it is during dissolution or post-divorce, it is important that couples understand how best to resolve any disputes that might impact them.

Can you afford your high-asset divorce? Divorce funding can help.

Just because you are in the high-income tax bracket doesn't mean you are a high-income earner. In many high-asset cases, one partner is typically considered the breadwinner while the other has a lower paying job or no job at all - usually because they have decided to stay home and take care of the children. As you can imagine, this distinction is incredibly important when divorce rears its ugly head.

How a collaborative divorce could help you through divorce

As a previous post discussed, there is more than one way to complete the divorce process. The method a couple chooses is based on the needs and various factors involved in their union. In a hostile and complex divorce, it is unlikely that these alternative methods will fully resolve and finalize the divorce process. However, collaboration could be rather effective during dissolution.

Is litigation, mediation or collaboration right for your divorce?

Whether you are reluctant or onboard with ending a marriage, the divorce process cannot be initiated or even completed without a method for spouses to dissolve their union. While many couples in California and elsewhere are likely to embark in the process through litigation, it is important that spouses understand there are other methods to obtain a divorce. Whether it is to save money, make the process go quicker or reduce the negative effects of the process, it is important to understand that litigation is not the only way to end a marriage.

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