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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.

Divorce, lifestyle changes and the postnuptial agreement

Over the course of a marriage, things can change. At the beginning, the happy California couple knew just what they wanted out of life. However, as time goes by and the family dynamics change, divorce may become an option. With this being a possibility, it may be in the couple's best interest to develop a postnuptial agreement prior to making significant lifestyle changes.

Military disability, pensions and divorce

Financial concerns are often a primary concern regarding most decisions that a California couple makes. This is especially true when the couple decides to divorce. Finances play an important part in deciding exactly how marital assets should be divided as well as many other issues.

Prenuptial agreements increasing as couples wait on marriage

The days of graduating high school and then getting married appear to be over for most California couples. Now, rather than rushing into domestic bliss, many young people are waiting until later in life. They are looking to first graduate college and begin a career. With this in mind, when these couples do decide to get married, they usually bring a variety of assets and debts into the marriage. As a result, the number of couples signing prenuptial agreements prior to saying wedding vows in increasing.

Financial concerns drive many divorce issues

One individual has moved out, attorneys have been contacted and papers have been filed. Still, the California couple is often tied to one another financially until all of the details have been worked out and everything has been settled. Along with the divorce process comes property division concerns as well as debt issues.

Taxes are important consideration in divorce

Who gets which assets, who gets custody of the kids, who gets the house? These are just a few of the many decisions that the California couple filing for divorce must make. In making these important decisions, one will want to keep in mind the tax implications of each one.

Financial decisions, marriage and divorce

Financial decisions are a big part of any relationship. In business, financial decisions can mean the difference between success and failure. In personal relationships, financial decisions can mean the difference between a marriage and a divorce. For many California couples, a discussion regarding their current financial status, financial expectations and possible property division concerns should take place prior to the wedding.

Collaborative divorce can be in the family's best interest

The lines have been drawn. Battle plans have been put into place and it is time to take action. For many California families, the month of March is the time when the decision to end the marriage is made. In fact, March has become one of the primary months in which couples decide to file for divorce.

Even after divorce, the home may still be a concern

Finally, the details have been worked out and finalized. Decisions regarding the division of property have been settled, and the paperwork has been filed with the California court system. At this point, it seems as if the major divorce concerns have been addressed. However, there are some items that may linger.

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