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March 2014 Archives

Johnny Weir and Victor Voronov's divorce gets icy

By the time a couple has decided to get a divorce, it is very likely that they have done everything they can do to try and repair a marriage. Many people try counseling or trial separations before a divorce in an attempt to identify and fix issues that may be putting strain on the relationship. But when the damage is done and is irreparable, divorce may be the only option two people have.

What Californians should know about lifestyle clauses in prenups

Couples who are getting married often consider how they can protect themselves in the event that their marriage does not last. Although this may not be the most romantic thing to think about before a wedding, planning for the future can be a very beneficial move. Too often couples do not discuss finances before marriage which then cause problems later in the marriage. Older couples are also thinking about protecting their children and the agreement becomes a template for their estate plan. These are some of the reasons why so many people have a prenuptial agreement in place.

Financial landscape can be difficult navigate after a divorce

Getting divorced can undoubtedly be an emotionally devastating experience. It can also take a serious financial toll on spouses, which may come as an unwelcome surprise. Many California families are supported by a single income; but when couples get divorced, that income may no longer be able to support both households.

Judge awards custody of kids to father, cites mother's drug use

Divorce is not just a difficult situation that adults deal with. Children are also significantly affected when their moms and dads break up. Often, kids may not understand what is going on or they may think they did something to cause the divorce. They can have difficulty adjusting to new arrangements and dealing with emotions they may not even be able to identify.

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