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August 2019 Archives

What can I expect during a supervised visit?

Supervised visitation is one possible outcome of a child custody case. While it's important for children to develop a strong, loving bond with both parents, a child's safety must take priority over all other factors. As a result, supervised visits are often mandated when there are concern's over a person's parental fitness. 

What happens to the pet in a California divorce?

When you and your spouse split up, the two of you will undoubtedly have to work through a variety of matters that may include asset division, child custody issues and so on. If the two of you also have a pet you share, you may need to make some important decisions about what you plan to do as far as that pet once you officially go your separate ways.

What are some predictors of domestic violence deaths?

While domestic violence is always a serious issue, some forms of physical abuse are a larger cause for concern. This led to the development of a domestic violence lethality checklist, which is intended to help law enforcement identify abuse victims who face a greater risk of homicide by their romantic partners. CBS News reports on this checklist so you can identify any potentially lethal patterns within your own relationship. 

Is my ex hiding assets during our divorce?

While it's the duty of the court to decide the equitable distribution of marital property during a divorce, hidden assets will be left out of the process. As a result, your ex may be privy to an unfair share of assets, which is both unethical and illegal. While it can be difficult to uncover hidden assets, Forbes explains a few of the methods spouses typically use. 

How does divorce affect children?

Even the most amicable divorces can have a negative impact on children. This has much to do with the changing family dynamic, which can cause stress and emotional issues for children of all ages. Being able to recognize common problems is the first step to adequately addressing them with your child, according to Very Well Family

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