Divorce has become less taboo and more of a common procedure in recent decades -- so much that a large majority of California households involve blended families. With this turn in family structures comes a need for new schedules, visitation times and other demands of everyday life.
Attorneys, judges and other legal professionals have had to decide in recent years how exactly to use social media during court proceedings. The American Bar Association has determined that social media posts and pictures are admissible as evidence in trials for everything from criminal acts to divorce.
Not all relationships are blissful. In fact, some are downright abusive, which is a commonly cited factor for divorce in Los Angeles and all over the nation. Because it can be difficult to determine whether your marriage is healthy on your own, it helps to know some of the common warnings that can accompany an abusive relationship. YourTango.com explains what you should be on the look out for if you suspect your relationship is abusive.
The decision to get a divorce will immediately prompt several questions. One of the most pressing will be who gets to keep your home in Los Angeles? Oftentimes, divorce proceedings are viewed as competitions where there is one clear-cut winner and conversely, a loser. Yet decisions handed out in divorce settlements are regulated by the law rather than a couple's attempts to deprive the other of properties and privileges.