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Awarding of alimony may cause conflict during divorce

During the dissolution of a marriage in California, a major point of contention often has to do with spousal support. The court might award spousal support, or alimony, to one spouse based on its own decision. However, naturally, the spouse who will have to pay it may be concerned about being forced to pay too much, whereas the other party might be worried about not receiving enough after the divorce.

Achievement divorce settlement can help with avoiding trial

The process of getting divorced in California, including in Los Angeles, can naturally be complicated, and having to go to trial can complicate it even more. After all, divorce trial is often characterized by acrimony and hostility. However, the reality is that the majority of divorce cases result in out-of-court settlements.

Divorce has several personal effects in California

Going through the dissolution of a marriage can naturally be stressful from a financial and emotional viewpoint. After all, separating two lives that have been tied together for maybe years or even decades is no small feat. Divorce can have several effects on an individual in California.

Divorce asset distribution can be financially tricky

Summer is done, and fall is here, but while some couples may be preoccupied with apple orchards and pumpkin patches this fall, others may be preoccupied with getting divorced.  After all, the fall season is often divorce season as well. Some tips may prevent a spouse who is going through divorce in California to protect his or her best interests financially.

Divorce tax planning includes paying attention to child support

Tax planning is an essential part of planning for the dissolution of a marriage. However, it is often neglected during this type of family law proceeding in Los Angeles and elsewhere. A particular aspect of divorce that requires attention as far as taxes are concerned is child support.

Annulment is different from divorce

A marital split-up in California can be emotionally and financially challenging, often leading to many questions about how to proceed. One of the first questions couples may ask is whether to file for annulments or divorces. An annulment leads to a court ruling that the couple was never actually married, whereas a divorce focuses more on splitting up marital assets.

Divorce can be tricky when dividing assets and debt

Any time money is involved, it is natural for people to become protective. This is true in business, and it is just as true in divorce. A couple of tips might help with addressing money matters during the dissolution of a marriage in California.

Divorce mediation may not work in a couple of cases

In some cases, repairing a marriage is simply impossible in California. The question that arises in this situation is how difficult it will be for the couple to get a divorce -- to untangle their lives from a financial and legal standpoint. In some cases, divorce mediation can be extremely helpful, but it may not be enough in all cases.

Prenuptial agreements important for business owners

Planning a wedding can be an exciting experience for the California couple. There are numerous details to work out and a number of decisions that must be made. In addition to this excitement, one must also juggle the day-to-day aspects of everyday life and all that it entails. As engaged couples look at their current picture and anticipate what the future may hold, the necessity of creating prenuptial agreements often becomes evident.

Prenuptial agreement useful tool in divorce for older couples

As more couples are finding love during their golden years, the need to plan for future possibilities becomes more important. There is a good chance that California couples over the age of 50 will decide to get married. Many of these individuals bring both children and assets into this new marriage. In order to protect children and even grandchildren, it is important that the couple discuss a prenuptial agreement in case of a divorce and as a possible attachment to a will.

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