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Does divorce have a season?

As many California couples know, marital strife knows no season. In many cases, discord builds up over time, and spouses eventually decide that enough is enough and begin to look into ending their marriage. However, sociologists are beginning to notice a pattern in that suggest that divorce filings are more common in some seasons than others.

Finances and divorce

Ideally, a divorce settlement will allow both parties to exit the marriage on solid financial footing. However, if that is not possible, California couples should aim to get as much security as possible prior to exiting the relationship. In most cases, it is easier to get the best possible settlement by taking time to inventory all marital assets.

How labor is divided may impact the risk of divorce

Californians are often interested in what leads to divorce. One of the most common factors that can result in divorce is an unequal division of labor. Whether or not a man works full time outside of the home is also an important predictor of whether a marriage will end.

The importance of a divorce settlement agreement

A divorce settlement agreement is a legally binding document that a California couple uses to set rules for their behavior around shared assets, such as a business or real estate, after a divorce. A couple with children may also include terms in their agreement that deal with custody and parenting .

Going about divorce correctly

As no two divorces are the same, no two people should be forced to settle their divorce in the same way. How California couples deal with the end of their marriage depends on a variety of factors such as their willingness to put emotions aside and get a deal done quickly. There are also emotional elements that need to be considered that could delay the resolution of a divorce case for months or years.

Co-parenting tips for life after divorce

Your ex-spouse will always have a connection to your life because of your children. There are plenty of psychological studies on co-parenting after divorce, defining different styles, but ultimately what it comes down to are cooperation and communication. It is essential for the wellbeing of the children that ex-spouses learn to put aside the hurt and focus on doing what is best for the children.

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