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Divorce and separation does not end the co-parenting relationship

Many parents hope that the decision to end their marriages will not have a detrimental impact on their kids. Of course, divorce and separation will impact the children regardless, but the manner in which parents approach the situation could determine how children fare emotionally after the proceedings end. Additionally, parents may have a better chance of arranging positive custody terms if they approach the issues amicably.

Collaborative divorce and mediation are effective options for divorce

Going through divorce does not necessarily have to be the prolonged fight that many California residents may expect it to be. In fact, many individuals who feel that they can proceed in a civil manner could potentially take advantage of various methods to dissolve a marriage with as little conflict as possible, such as through collaboration and mediation. Some parties may have only little information on collaboration, but this method could offer benefits.

Divorce litigation may play role in Ackman-Herskovitz case

When individuals are going through a particularly difficult time ending their marriage, they may not feel as if they can amicably work together. As a result, many California residents choose to utilize divorce litigation in order to address divorce issues. When parties are dealing with a high-asset situation, litigation is not uncommon.

Collaboration and mediation may benefit second divorce cases

Deciding to end a marriage is a relatively common situation in which many California residents find themselves. Some parties may even face this type of predicament if their second marriage does not work out. Though the idea of going through the related legal proceedings may seem daunting, this time around, individuals may wish to give due consideration to different divorce methods, including collaboration and mediation.

What are the procedures for obtaining child custody in California?

If you are contemplating divorce and have children, you are experiencing one of the most stressful periods of any parent's life. However, if the separation of the parents is going to happen, you can't avoid the uncomfortable discussion of how you will continue to raise your children. Understanding some of the steps required to obtain a custody order will help you make the next decision with a little more confidence.

Consider mediation, even if you hate your ex

Too many people assume that divorce will inevitably be bitter and contentious. After all, when two people are divorcing, they often feel angry, sad, intimidated, guilty, betrayed and/or distrustful about each other. This can make it very difficult to imagine working together.

What issues should a person discuss with their divorce attorney?

Unfortunately, even the friendliest of divorces can be a complicated manner. There is property that must be divided between the spouses. There are emotional challenges to process. And if there are children involved, this takes the stakes of the divorce to a completely new level.

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