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Divorce and the use of social media

Some people turn to social media for emotional support when they are going through a divorce, hoping that friends and family members will be able to comfort them during this difficult time. While these social platforms can be a lifeline for someone who is struggling with the end of their marriage, there are also some different reasons why it is important to be careful when it comes to sharing certain types of information online, especially during a divorce.

What is parallel parenting?

Most couples in Los Angeles are aware of co-parenting, which is a technique thaat affords each parent with an equal say regarding decisions related to child-rearing. When it comes to high-conflict relationships a co-parenting situation might not work, for either the couple or the kids. Parallel parenting is one alternative that can reduce conflict and ensure kids are well cared for, according to Psychology Today.

Should you get an annulment instead of a divorce?

If your California marriage has reached the point where you feel you must end it, you may not realize that you have two options: a divorce and an annulment. Both of them legally end your marriage, but whereas a divorce recognizes that you and your spouse were married, an annulment invalidates your marriage from its beginning. It is like your marriage never happened because legally it did not.

How can I recover financially from my divorce?

While divorce is emotionally trying for all involved, it can also take quite a financial toll. That’s why Los Angeles couples must work to recover their finances once their divorce is finalized, which can be difficult after assets are divided, legal costs are covered, and child support is paid. USA Today offers the following advice on how you can bounce back financially after separating from your spouse.

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