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3 reasons you may want a pre-marital or postnuptial agreement

You and your spouse have many details to consider when preparing for marriage, from where you will live to what your family will look like.…

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3 Ways divorce mediation is easier on families

There’s nothing easy about ending a marriage – especially when you and your ex share children. But while everyone has heard their fair share of…

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Can parents of California college students still receive support?

Figuring out college costs is difficult for divorced parents. Yet, these expenses will be at the forefront of your mind if your child starts their…

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When things change, you can modify your child custody order.

If it has been some time since your child custody order was created, your child’s life may look very different. You or your spouse may…

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Long-distance co-parenting: you can create a solution

Parenting your child is never easy, and it can be even more challenging when you share parenting responsibilities with someone who lives in another state.…

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Working together can improve the divorce process

Divorce can be a challenging process, but the traditional path to division may not be the best option for you. There might be other ways…

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Raising happy kids after divorce can be a team effort

Divorce can wreak havoc on all aspects of life, and for parents, protecting their children’s happiness and stability from the tornado of changes is usually…

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Helpful strategies for successfully co-parenting after divorce

Co-parents in California face a variety of challenges, including coping with emotional pain that accompanies a divorce. Thankfully, there are some strategies co-parents can use…

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Accruing wedding debt can eventually lead to divorce

For Californians and people throughout the United States, weddings are a major life event they want to celebrate with family and friends. While this is…

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The potential benefits of a postnuptial agreement

California couples who are currently married may want a way to protect assets that have been accumulated during their time together. This may be done…

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