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August 2017 Archives

California family law advice from friends may not prove reliable

The majority of California residents know someone who has gone through divorce. As a result, when individuals decide to end their own marriages, it is not uncommon for already divorced parties to attempt to offer advice. However, people may wish to remember that not all information they gain about family law issues is correct, and some common myths are often believed.

High-asset divorce can take time to sort through in California

Many people enter into marriage dissolution proceedings with ideas of what they hope to achieve. When parties are dealing with considerable amounts of wealth as part of their divorce process, the situation may turn contentious and take a great deal of time to sort out. California residents may find such a situation currently underway in another state interesting.

3 reasons to avoid social media during your divorce

Today, social media is an integral part of your everyday life. You may have a habit of posting about every aspect of your life. Now that your marriage is coming to an end, you probably get the temptation to vent to your friends on social media. Maybe you even want to show off your new single lifestyle. While this might feel like normal behavior, it is risky to use social media during divorce.

Hasty divorce decisions may have negative impact in California

Ending a marriage can often be a time of confusion and stress for everyone involved. As a result, some California residents may find themselves wanting to get through the legal proceedings for divorce as quickly as possible. However, they may also wish to remember that making hasty decisions just to complete the process may have negative effects.

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