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Protecting children amid a divorce

When a marriage has got to the point where communication in nonexistent and nothing within the union is reparable, spouses may decide it’s time for them to go their separate ways. If San Francisco couples who decide to divorce have children, parents need to be on the...

Mistakes in divorce you’ll want to avoid

Has a primary issue of contention in your marriage been finances? If you and your spouse often fight about money, you’re definitely not alone in your struggle. Many spouses in California and throughout the country can no doubt relate to your experience. If you wind up...

Debunking the misinformation about prenups

Getting ready to say “I do” comes with a lot of preparation in most cases. San Francisco couples are caught up in planning and rarely have time to think about anything else, especially not about a prenuptial agreement. No couple marries thinking about divorce, but...

How a 401(k) cash out can help in a divorce

When a California married couple decides to part ways, there are typically numerous financial issues that must be resolved in order to achieve a fair settlement. In many cases, a divorce might create a need for a spouse to start all over, including finding employment...

Strategies for overcoming post-divorce depression

It is common for those who go through the dissolution of a marriage to struggle with mental health. Even if the divorce was mutual and amicable, it’s still a loss. The sense of loss felt in a divorce can be comparable to the pain of losing a loved one. Depression...

Don’t let a divorce ruin your good health

Certain life events have a way of etching themselves into your memory. For instance, you might remember exactly where you were and what you were doing when you decided to file for a divorce. Especially if you have children or have been married for 10 years or more,...

Preparing for divorce mediation

It’s safe to say that couples entering into a divorce situation want to save as much money as possible. When San Francisco couples can settle matters through mediation rather than litigation, it would be best for everyone involved, including children. There are...

Being rude during a divorce could boomerang

Being rude never works in any matter, and especially not when dealing with a soon-to-be former spouse. San Francisco couples who are heading for divorce need to be mindful that rudeness toward each other may not do either of them any good. It’s ironic that rudeness...