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June 2014 Archives

Divorce may affect one's work life in California

A divorce doesn’t just affect one’s personal and family life. It can also have a major effect on a person’s career. This is especially true for people who are public figures or entrepreneurs who are essentially their own brands. Even traditional employees can be affected by divorce if they allow their divorce matters to interfere with their work in California. A couple of tips can help workers to keep their divorces from putting their jobs and finances in jeopardy.

Divorce may stem from financial disagreements

When a relationship is going well in California, it is actually the ideal time to discuss the one thing that breaks up a large percentage of marriages today -- finances. When two single individuals are in love, they’re naturally more open to each other’s viewpoints and wishes. Talking about money is paramount both before and during marriage because differences in how two people spend money can weigh on a marital union, thus potentially causing divorce.

Knowing the law can help wealthy people facing divorce

There comes a time when two people have been married for years realize that spending their lives apart may be a wiser alternative. However, people with significant assets typically fear the process of divorce, as they are afraid that they will end up losing a significant portion of their valuables. A couple of tips can help these individuals to be as prepared as possible for their high-asset divorce proceeding in California.

Prenuptial agreement may help Kanye, Kim in event of divorce

Many people in California may have learned about Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s recent marriage. Although the celebrities may have been blissful on their wedding day, this bliss may not last very long for a variety of factors, according to modern research. A prenuptial agreement may help a person who is getting married in our state to protect his or her assets in the event that a divorce happens.