Deciding how to parent together but separately is often a challenge for parents who divorce or break up. There can be disagreements, confusion and difficult emotions along the way, and most parents aren't sure of what to expect as they transition into a new parenting arrangement.
A marital home can be the most difficult asset to divide when spouses divorce in California. Not only is it typically the most expensive asset people have, but it can carry great emotional value as well.
Marriages are highly complex relationships. And as people and circumstances change, so does the marriage. This means that there is a lot of room between happily married and divorced.
Mediating divorce-related matters is becoming increasingly common in California. Most people prefer to stay out of court and avoid litigation because it saves time and money. It allows gives parties more freedom to negotiate agreements that best fit their individual needs and circumstances.