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July 2017 Archives

Putting aside anger to seek the best interests of the child

Sometimes the hardest part of co-parenting after divorce is taking the high road. Despite whatever may have attracted two people in the first place, divorce can leave a California couple bitter and mistrustful. Nevertheless, when children are involved, maintaining a dignified and respectful demeanor with one's co-parent is in the best interests of the child. When conflicts arise, it is often one parent setting a positive tone who can make the difference in the resolution.

California adoption basics

The desire to have a child can be overwhelming. For many California couples, this is a natural process; for others, having children naturally is not an option. Then there are those who can have children naturally and may already have children of their own but wish to expand their families. Whatever the reason, adoption is often the best way to complete a family and provide a much-needed forever home for a precious child.

Attempt to save money on divorce may prove costly

The end of a marriage can occur for any number of reasons. Many times, the couple is unable to agree on anything of substance throughout the marriage; therefore, it makes sense that they will be unable to agree on the terms of their divorce. However, there are some California couples who, although they no longer wish to be married, are able to negotiate specifics regarding their divorce.

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