If you are thinking about separating from your spouse, you may have a good idea about what marital property you want to keep. If you have children, though, you may have dozens of questions about custody.
When California residents are in an abusive relationship, their partner may have several different methods of controlling them. One serious kind of abuse is gaslighting and it is important for people to recognize the signs of this behavior.
Both you and your former spouse want what is best for your children. While sharing custody can be challenging, you can likely reduce conflict by drafting a comprehensive custody agreement. If your ex-spouse frequently travels for work or other reasons, you may want to include a first right of refusal clause in your parenting plan.
When you get a divorce in California, one of the hardest parts is helping your children adjust. Regardless of their ages, children have to go through an adjustment period. It can be difficult for some children. One of the most trying things is visitation. It is new and disturbing for them to have to move between houses when they have not done that before. There are some things you can do to make visitation easier on your kids.
When your California divorce includes one or more businesses among the marital assets, failing to agree on a company’s value may prove a significant stumbling block to the settlement. At Trabolsi Levy Gabbard LLP, our team has experience assisting high-asset clients to conclude their complex divorce.
Although the total number of divorces has decreased across the country, it is still a rampant part of people's lives. Occasionally, the couple has an amicable divorce, and each spouse realizes the marriage needs to end. For other couples, only one person wants the marriage to end while the other is reluctant. This becomes a problem when he or she refuses to sign the necessary paperwork.
Los Angeles couples may find that their marital issues are unreconcilable. In this case, one spouse might introduce divorce to the other, which can be traumatic no matter the current state of your marriage. In this case, there are steps you can take to make the situation far less stressful, as illustrated by Psychology Today.