Parents need to consider what is best for their children during the holidays and get their egos out of the way. A child is not a possession that can just passed back and forth or cut in half. Their child is a little human being who loves both parents and wants nothing more than to reduce the conflict between the parents. For divorcing parents, a decision must be made about celebrating … [Read more...] about Divorce and the Holidays
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Holidays and family gatherings this year will have to be different because of COVID-19. During this pandemic, we run into the problem where one parent is very concerned about wearing masks, disinfecting every surface, social distancing, and not leaving the house except if absolutely necessary, and the other parent may be more nonchalant and less focused on maintaining the same safety … [Read more...] about COVID-19, Divorce and the Holidays
In many marriages, the family home is the most valuable asset. If you and your soon-to-be-ex are cooperating with each other, then you can choose to do almost anything you want with the house when you get divorced. For couples who are not cooperating, be forewarned that a judge in California does not have time to help you negotiate the future of the house. The judge will usually order the … [Read more...] about What happens to the house when you get divorced?