July 2016 Archives

How divorce ultimatums played out

A few women recently told their stories about what happened when they finally stepped up and gave their husbands an ultimatum. They told them how things had to change or they were going to divorce. One woman noted that this tactic could work to save a marriage, but only if the husband really cared; if not, the ultimatums helped to spur a divorce in a relationship that wasn't working.

Child support enforcement can take different forms

Custodial parents in California are entitled to pursue child support enforcement if the court ordered amount is not paid. The welfare of children of divorced parents can be in jeopardy if support is not received, because it is often difficult for a single parent to ensure proper care for children without the financial contribution of the other parent. If communication fails to resolve the issue, the custodial parent may have no choice but to go to court and pursue enforcement action.

Understanding state laws may ease the child custody process

Divorce has become a reality of modern life in California, and, sadly, in many cases, it is the children that are most traumatized. However, couples who can communicate about what is in the best interest of the child may limit the effect of the divorce on the child. Understanding the state laws related to child custody and child support may also ease the process. An immediate concern about who will have child custody is only natural.

What will a restraining order tell your spouse to do?

Before filing for a restraining order against your husband or wife, you probably want to know what it's going to tell your spouse to do. This piece of paper is designed to protect you -- and your children -- and it does this in a few ways. Typically, the California State Bar says that a restraining order:

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck may put divorce off for the kids

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck were rumored to be on the verge of divorce a year ago. They had split up and there was talk of infidelity that was tearing the marriage apart. Garner had even said that they would be getting divorced soon.

How a noncustodial parent can stay involved

When your ex gets custody of the kids, you may think that your relationship with them is doomed. This can be very hard for parents who, thought they may have wanted to split up the marriage, still love their children and don't want to see that relationship end. Fortunately, there are things that can be done to make sure the noncustodial parent stays involved.

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