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February 2017 Archives

Could collaborative divorce work for you in California?

Whatever the reason may be for ending a marriage, there are many individuals who would like to approach their divorce as amicably as possible. Luckily, California residents who are able to continue to work together and are open to avoid as much conflict as possible may be able to utilize the collaborative divorce process. Because this is a non-adversarial approach that depends upon cooperation between the parties and commitment to the out-of-court resolution. It may not be for everyone. 

How a divorce may affect your credit score 

You may be concerned about what a divorce will do to your finances, especially your credit score. While there is no guarantee that problems will not arise, there is some possibility of negative impact on your credit from a divorce, depending on how you proceed to manage your money.

Mediation, Collaboration or Negotiation in California Divorce

Studies show that people going through a divorce are happier with the final orders when they developed and agreed upon them between themselves, as opposed to having orders imposed upon them by a judge. So what's the best option? Mediation, collaboration or negotiation in the litigation context? 

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