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September 2017 Archives

An overview of California domestic violence laws

No relationship is ever perfect. However, while most adults and couples work through their difficulties without undue upheaval, many relationships are destroyed by domestic violence. Anyone in California who is struggling with this issue has the right to seek experienced help.

Courts still reluctant to order shared custody

The expectations society has put on parents has sometimes been a difficult burden to bear. Each generation tries to get it right, and the following generation wants to parent in its own way. One constant is that children love both of their parents, and the time they spend with each parent is vital to their formation.

Security clearance makes dull dinner conversation

Your marriage has its share of turmoil just like any other. Problems with the children, in-laws, finances and other externals often create stress that you can only resolve when you and your spouse take a quiet moment to talk it over. If your spouse's work is the cause of stress, it may be more difficult to have those important conversations since you may not fully understand the requirements of your spouse's job or the reasons for the pressure.

Child custody: Girl safe after possible kidnapping

Having a family together is the dream of many couples. However, the happily ever after is hard to attain for many couples, and children are sometimes caught in the middle of a child custody dispute. There are countless California families who do find a way to ensure that the needs of their children are met regardless of the relationship between the parents.

Location of filing in a military divorce makes a difference

When a civilian couple concludes that a marriage is no longer viable, the spouses file for dissolution in their state of residency. However, those who are seeking a military divorce do have options of where to file their paperwork. Service members currently residing in California may elect to file their petition here if doing so is most beneficial.

Careful planning can protect retirement monies after divorce

No matter the circumstances, the end of a marriage effects on one's personal, emotional and financial life. However, though the emotions may have to be endured, there ways one can mitigate the harm his or her finances sustain during and after a divorce. While California laws dictate how property is divided, one can work to preserve retirement options in the future.

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