October 2013 Archives

Setting a positive tone for divorce in California

Divorce can be a difficult experience. When a couple's marriage must end due to irreconcilable differences in California, it is easy to become focused on the emotions and not on how to logically address important areas of the divorce proceeding, such as the splitting of assets. A recent article provides tips for minimizing the potential stress that can follow a divorce.

Focus on long-term financial plan when getting California divorce

A plethora of emotions may plague a person who is getting divorced. He or she may feel defeated, angry and fearful all at the same time. The fear may come when the person begins to contemplate on how he or she will recover financially from a divorce proceeding which involves the division of assets and could also involve child support or alimony in California. A recent article highlights how this type of individual can bounce back in the midst of the financial changes that are inevitable with divorce.

Couples can successfully use collaborative divorce in California

A divorce is one of the most distressing experiences a person can endure. This is particularly true if the divorcing couple cannot get along while trying to resolve major aspects of the divorce proceeding, such as the split of assets or the awarding of alimony or child support in California. An article presents the idea of collaborative divorce and explains why this approach to divorce can help couples to end up more satisfied financially even in the midst of the heartache that a divorce can cause.

California real estate property division hard during divorce

When a couple goes through a divorce, they may experience a range of emotions, from sadness to anger. This anger may become even stronger if the couple cannot agree on how to split their assets, specifically real estate, in California. A recent article describes the options that divorcing couples have when they can't agree on how to approach real estate property division.

Understanding the Effects of the Government Shutdown

For the first time since 1995-1996, the U.S. government has been shut down in a dispute over the federal budget. With the 2011 debt ceiling debate, then the 2012 fiscal cliff, and now this, it seems that governmental dysfunction has been normalized. Now that the shutdown has happened, we can start to assess the damage, as well as evaluate how the dispute is likely to play out.

Minimize costs in divorce proceeding in California

When people in California think about divorce, the word typically sparks negative images in people's minds. They imagine broken hearts and the loss of potentially large amounts of money. However, a recent article provides a few tips on how to make the usually stressful and costly process of divorce a lot less expensive.

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