December 2014 Archives

Divorce may pose challenges during the holidays

The end of the year has traditionally been viewed as a time to enjoy the company of loved ones during the holiday season. This time of the year, however, may be painful for those who are going through divorce, with children having parents who live in two separate homes. A couple of tips may help people who are getting divorced in California to make the most of the holiday season from an emotional standpoint, even as they tackle legal issues such as asset distribution and property division.

Property division battle may arise when business partners divorce

When two married people in California decide to split up, the impact can have long-term financial repercussions. Especially complicated is when the two individuals own a business together. A couple of tips may help married individuals to address their shared business in a manner that is fair and mutually beneficial in the event that they get divorced and have to deal with property division.

Keeping divorce private is possible

A divorce is often an emotionally challenging process to experience in California. What may make matters worse is for one's divorce-related affairs to quickly become public via the court system. This is particularly true when a divorcing couple's desire is to protect their kids from the turmoil of this type of family law proceeding as well as protect their reputations.

Life insurance an important asset during divorce proceeding

One of the biggest fears for people who get divorced is how they will fare financially after the smoke has cleared and they have moved on from their marriages. Marital dissolutions involving large amounts of money feature an extra level of drama and intensity. Some tips can help people facing divorce in California to make decisions that will enable them to protect their financial futures.

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