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California couples should consider prenuptial agreements

A high percentage of marriages still end in divorce. In addition, many people are remarrying, and many couples -- regardless of whether it is their first marriage -- are already established in their careers and have assets and debts of their own when they marry. Therefore, it would be beneficial for California couples to consider signing prenuptial agreements.

Do not expect the divorce process to be without complications

California residents who keep up with celebrity gossip might anticipate that getting a divorce is now an amicable and hassle-free process. Celebrities announce that they are "uncoupling," using mediation and collaborative divorce while remaining friends. What they do not show is that behind the scenes, no divorce is without complications.

Madonna and Guy Richie to negotiate child custody agreement

Celebrity gossip fans here in California are probably already aware that Madonna and Guy Richie are embroiled in a battle over where their 15-year-old son Rocco should live. Recently, Madonna's fame and fortune could not persuade a judge to order Richie to send their son back to the United States. In fact, the judge ordered that Rocco would remain with his father until his parents come to a child custody agreement.

What are your options under family law to end your marriage?

Every California couple's circumstances are unique. For that reason, family law offers three different options when it comes to legally ending a marriage. An individual can choose to seek a divorce, a legal separation or an annulment (also referred to as a nullity).

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