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January 2020 Archives

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 understandable, it can also have ramifications in the future. Paying the wedding debt can be a struggle. As couples begin their married life together, significant debt can cause problems in the relationship and eventually lead to divorce. Statistically, this has been shown to be a growing concern.

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 by creating a postnuptial agreement. It may be beneficial for couples who are trying to be more responsible with their money or who have decided to start a business together. Those who are expecting to receive an inheritance may want to clarify how it would be treated in the event of a divorce.

Helping children do well in school during divorce

Your spouse asks for a divorce, and your first thought isn't even for yourself. It's for your children. You know how important their education is, and you have heard far too many stories about the negative impacts of a divorce. You worry that they'll act out, become apathetic, let their grades slip and much more.

How a child's age affects the parenting plan

Parents in California that are going through a divorce must consider their child's age when negotiating a parenting plan. Although a 50-50 split custody agreement may sound fair on the surface, it might not be in the best interest of a very young child. That's because babies and toddlers need to be with their primary caregiver most of the time.

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