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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Financial assets and the odds of divorce

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Oct 29, 2018
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Financial problems are a common reason that many couples in California end up filing for divorce. A statistic that may surprise many people is that couples who are financially doing well may be at a greater risk for divorce than couples who are struggling. A…

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Why prenuptial agreements can be useful

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Oct 23, 2018
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When people in California plan on getting married, they may not want to think about prenuptial agreements. In general, prenups have a bad reputation; people think of greedy celebrity divorces or other legal dramas. In other cases, people feel that it’s bad luck to plan…

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Personality traits that could lead to divorce

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Oct 17, 2018
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California couples may be more likely to get a divorce if they have certain tendencies or characteristics. For example, some people catastrophize small incidents and file for divorce over minor issues only to turn around and withdraw the filing later. This can strain the relationship.…

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Tax law may increase cost of divorce

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Oct 08, 2018
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People in California who are considering divorce might want to examine how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that passed in 2017 will affect their finances. For example, alternating exemptions for children with IRS form 8332 will no longer be possible. Instead, divorced parents who…

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Getting child custody again after losing it

After a divorce in California, one parent may have lost custody of the children. However, this is not necessarily a permanent arrangement. There may be ways for the parent to get it back. First, the parent should look at the reasons for losing custody whether…

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