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Don't let financial concerns jeopardize your divorce

Money is a powerful motivator that drives many of our decisions, such as whether to take a certain job, to buy a certain car or to give up certain luxuries. For this reason, it is not surprising that many people across California make decisions based on what they think will save them the most money.

Will I get to keep my house in my divorce?

One of the biggest adjustments that two people make after a divorce is moving out and living alone after sharing a home during their marriage. Even if a couple was living separately prior to the divorce or couldn't stand to be in the same room as each other, formally moving out of the family home or selling it can be more overwhelming than many people anticipate.

Fighting over Fido? What to know about pet custody in California

Many pet owners, if not most, consider their furry friend one-of-the-family. The pet industry is booming as we spend more money and time on our pets than ever before. It is not uncommon for pet owners to treat their pets like their children; feeding them nutritious food, assuring they get proper exercise, and spending exorbitant amounts of money in medical bills when necessary. Considering the love and devotion provided to pets, it comes as a surprise to most animal lovers that pets are categorized as mere property during a divorce in California.

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