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December 2014 Archives

Marital assets can vary depending on a couple's wealth

When facing a divorce, a California resident may be flooded with thoughts regarding how his property and possessions will be divided between himself and his soon-to-be ex-spouse. Who will get the family home? Who will get the retirement accounts? Answers to these questions may create concern and anxiety in a person who has grown accustomed to sharing his assets with another person.

Actor sells off possessions amidst ongoing alimony issues

On weekends throughout the months of summer many California families hold garage sales to get rid of items that they no longer want or need. While many are happy with the small amounts of cash they earn from parting with their possessions, most are pleased to just have more space back in their homes. A popular Hollywood actor is in the process of holding his own sort of personal item sale during a time when there is growing speculation that he is in financial dire straits.

Why do I have to go through multiple divorce mediation sessions?

Time has the power to heal some problems but, unfortunately, not all life issues can be resolved by waiting them out. When California couples decide to end their marriages, they often want to bring about the ends of their relationships without any extra delay. For those who choose divorce mediation, there can be a desire to try and address every possible divorce issue during a couple's first mediation session.

Will you have visitation time with your kids during the holidays?

Thanksgiving has come and gone and now California families are finalizing their plans for the winter holiday season. Many will travel to be near loved ones while others will stay home and enjoy local festivities. Some individuals will find themselves alone during this special time of year despite their desire to be with individuals they love.

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