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Reasons to move forward with divorce

The dissolution of a marriage in California affects the whole family, not just the spouses. This is why when considering a marital split-up, a major concern that couples may have is deciding if getting divorced is truly the best choice for the children. Whether to get a divorce depends on several factors.

A major reason to get divorced is if two spouses simply cannot get along. They may have worked hard to make their marital union work, which might even include going through counseling. However, not all relationships can be fixed.

Another reason to move forward with the dissolution of a marriage is if the spouses realize that they are not fooling their children. Even young children may notice that their parents are not happy together, even if they cannot necessarily vocalize what they see or understand how their parents feel. Children generally experience less stress and anxiety when they know that their parents are happy, even if it means their parents have to live apart. For many families, two separate, happy homes is much better for the children than a single unhappy one.

If two spouses decide to get divorced, they may understandably be at a loss for how to go about the divorce process. An attorney in California can offer the guidance necessary to navigate this type of family law proceeding from start to finish. The attorney's goal will be to work to ensure that the most personally favorable outcome is attained when it comes to matters such as property distribution, child custody and spousal support, for instance.

Source: huffingtonpost.com, "Should You Put Off Divorce for the Sake of the Children?", Vikki Ziegler, Nov. 1, 2017

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