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"Couple friends" and the LGBTQ divorce: What happens next

One of the unique challenges same-sex couples often face when they divorce is that their community of friends tends to be unusually integrated with their spouse's community of friends. The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community in any given area tends to be somewhat insular.

Want a peaceful divorce? Don't do these things

Going through a divorce means learning how to navigate some entirely new situations all on your own. While it can be tempting (and maybe justifiable) to throw all of the blame for your failed marriage at your spouse's feet, your goal right now should be getting through the divorce as peacefully as possible. After all, a peaceful, easy divorce is better for your stress, your kids and your wallet.

Child Support Concerns during the COVID-19 health pandemic.

COVID-19 is an unprecedented health pandemic that has raised new concerns with many unexpected issues. One of those issues is child support. Many employers are struggling with problems resulting from the temporary Coronavirus crisis; however, those problems are causing permanent changes to their businesses. The effects on the company are in turn affecting the individual employees. Individuals are experiencing reduced income due to diminished hours at work, temporary layoffs, and, in some cases, termination of their employment position.

Why divorce is better than staying in an unhappy marriage

These troubled times are forcing a lot of people into positions where they're reexamining their values, their sense of personal identity and their relationships with other people, so it's no wonder that already rocky marriages are absolutely breaking under the strain.

AFCC & AAML Joint Statement of Guidelines for Separated Parents during the COVID-19

The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) have provided a joint statement of guidelines for separated parents during the COVID-19

Co-Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

With the current California health order to shelter-in-place, we are all trying to keep ourselves and our families safe while traveling down this uncharted path. This unexpected situation is difficult for all of us. We are separated from friends, family, and co-workers. Our everyday lives have been moved into our homes, where we are trying to live, work, and homeschool. In addition to the everyday struggles that we face while sheltering in place, separated parents who share custody of their children are faced with even more unanswered questions and daily dilemmas. 

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