May 2014 Archives

Health insurance may be worth considering during divorce

When people are ready to end their marriages, they may be eager to go straight to filing the divorce papers. This is particularly true when the two parties can’t find common ground on important areas of their marriage, such as the finances. However, timing plays an important part in filing for divorce in California, particularly for an individual who depends on his or her spouse for health insurance.

Divorce tips include attention to retirement accounts, property

Just as preparing for a California wedding can be highly stressful, so can getting ready for a divorce. This is especially true for those who have a large amount of shared assets and property to divide with a spouse. A few tips can help a person to pay attention to his or her most important assets in a marriage, as well as to prepare financially for life after divorce.

Divorce may be spreading, according to new study

People often view pregnancy as being contagious. When one person is pregnant, it seems that other people have the urge to get pregnant too. Sometimes, the same is true for marriage in California, with one person’s wedding sparking other people to get married as well. According to new research, divorce also seems to be like a flu bug that many people catch at the same time.

Property division during divorce may involve family pet

People who are going through a divorce will likely disagree about who gets to keep the home or the kids in California. However, it's also common for the pair to not agree on who will get to keep the family dog. This happened in a recent out-of-state case involving property division, where a man ended up getting custody of the dog because the court said the wife treated the dog more like a human instead of a pet.

California divorce can be hard on the kids

During a California divorce, two parents may be frustrated with each other and have little good to speak about the other party. Although the experience may be upsetting for either adult, a child may have an even harder time processing the divorce. He or she may not be mature enough to understand exactly what the divorce means and why it had to happen, which is why parents may benefit from paying extra attention to their kids' needs when ending their marriage.

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