Tue

03

Dec

2013

Essentials in Creating Workable Parenting Plan

Parenting and Family

Well, it's not just a concern, but a necessity for the divorcing couples to create a workable parenting plan with which the marital and other issues relative to child support can be resolved amicably. But this could be easier said than done as both of whom may have opposing priorities as to who would take over this, how much to pay for that, and everything else involving money or property. Anyway, it is just a matter of agreement which is usually initiated through mediation, or even without which, the spouse can simply concur on conditions and have it written and approved by the judge. If you're into this dilemma right now, the following could guide you in creating fair parenting plan

 

Overview of Parenting Agreement 

 

In simple terms, this is a document defining or specifying how you and your spouse will share the time and decision making when it comes to your children. Through this that you both could set clear expectations during post-divorce relationship and that, in turn, could reduce possible conflicts in the future. Particularly, this provides you opportunity to discuss certain issues regarding the upbringing of children and who to take over those things. And because any agreement reached has legal effect, it can be enforced if one spouse does not follow the terms or conditions. 

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Wed

20

Nov

2013

Basic Details to Understand Mediation in Divorce Case

Divorce Mediation

Divorce settlement could be quite, if not somewhat, complicated at times given the legal requirements that the couples have to meet before the request could be granted. For this very reason that some do consider other alternatives than going to court like mediation to discuss and resolve certain matters relating to child custody, division of property, and some others of equal or greater importance. This is but a practicable option that you may also take if you are currently into similar problem and you do not want to further spend money, wait for longer period, and complicate the issues involved. But in order to go through the process smoothly, you have to keep in mind these basic details

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Fri

12

Jul

2013

Grounds to Argue when Preventing Grant for Divorce

Solving Family Issues

Saving the marriage at the crucial phase of relationship is no mean duty for any spouse especially if the other wants to break the vow due to irreconcilable difference which can justify the request for divorce. And the effort of one in such a case would be futile as the granting of fault divorce can never be stopped as contrasted to the no fault divorce in which the spouse can do something to keep the lifetime contract operative. This means that the spouse wishing to retain the relationship can contend that he or she is not at fault giving the court reason not to grant the other party’s request. Hence, if you are at this stage of your family life, these are some defenses you can argue to prevent the court from granting the divorce:

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Wed

19

Jun

2013

Legal Separation: An Option for Couples Seeking Divorce

In any relationship, there will always be room for indifferences and misunderstandings. Married couples who fight and reconcile are normal. However, when things go complicated and difficult to resolve, couples consider on getting a legal separation as a plausible way of leaving the troubles behind. The law in California considers couples to file for legal separation. It may not permanently separate the married couple but it is an option for couples who are seeking for a divorce. It retains the marriage, but separates the financial responsibilities, properties and automatically divides the earnings to 50%. The statute allows the couple to live as divorce without terminating their marriage. The process of getting a legal separation is almost the same as getting a divorce.

 

In California, there are only two grounds that would justify legal separation. Irreconcilable differences can be considered as grounds for either spouse to file for legal separation. Hiring a lawyer would avoid the headaches in filing on a legal separation. Their knowledge and expertise allow them to represent their client. Upon filing, evidences and other specific acts of misconducts have to be presented to prove that a legal separation has to be taken. Incurable insanity is the second ground to justify that a couple needs to be legally separated. Wherewith, professional and medical psychiatric evidences and testimonies have to be presented in court. Before filing for a separation, terms and conditions has to be thoroughly discussed by both parties. Whenever money and properties are involved, it is best to settle it beforehand. Else, the lawyer will take care of all the legalities and if needed, he will be responsible to take care on the process in filing for a lawsuit.

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Fri

26

Apr

2013

Divorce: Is it the Right Decision to Make?

What's Your Decision?

Things have become different from what they have been used to. Gone are the days when both of you were a happy couple. When marital problems arise in the family, some people think of it as a normal phase that the couple has to go through. And it is always a good thing whenever they can work things out. However, it is inevitable that there are problems that appear to be difficult to solve and either one of the couple want nothing else but just to put an end to it. When this happens, how would you know that you actually made the right decision? This can be a very troubling situation. When you decide to leave the person you have been with for some time, you are basically leaving behind some happy parts of your life. And when you have made a decision, you would never be able to revive them. When a marriage has to end in a divorce, would it be worth it?

 

In order to know if having a divorce is the right decision, the very first thing that you have to do is to go back to the when the trouble started. Remember when the fights and suspicions started. When there are fights, we always say that it is because “we are not compatible”. The reality is, no one will ever be compatible without trying. Instead of thinking about not being compatible, find out the real reasons for the occurrence of the fights. It is just either you or your partner had a mistake.

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Thu

11

Apr

2013

Divorce: What Your Lawyer Can Do For You?

Divorce Family Law
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Thu

10

Jan

2013

Save Your Marriage From Divorce

Broken Family

Divorce is often regarded as the end of marriage. It can be a painful thing to go through. However, for other people this is a much-awaited ending for a marriage that has been difficult. Some couples mutually decide to have a divorce when they know that it is the best solution for a marriage that won't work anymore due to various reasons. On the other hand, there are couples who will try their best to make things work out and saving them from marriage. Especially when there are children involved, a divorce will be very painful for them. Some people fail in trying to patch things up, especially when the reason for divorce can be unforgivable. However. With proper steps, help and willingness from both parties, any marriage will always be saved, not just because there are children involved but because it would be the best thing to do. After all, two people vowed to stay with each for the rest of their life.

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Tue

06

Nov

2012

Home and Custody: Who Can Get the House After Divorce?

Mortgage after Divorce

The fights and battles that came out after divorce is a debate over which parent or spouse could get the house or property and is oftentimes ended in a sheer amount of hatred and misunderstandings on both spouses. While some spouses might settle on an agreement, others remain to disagree on anything and continue to dislike each other. If your divorce fall in the category that is agreeing but dislike each other, then you both are the potential recipient of a long and drawn out divorce.

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Tue

23

Oct

2012

Common Causes of Divorce

list of causes divorce

We can't blame both spouses to have caused the divorce to happen. But, there are several factors that contribute to broken relationships.

 

An interview with the couples was conducted and it found out that failure in marriage have come up with several reasons. The following are some of the common causes of divorce.

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Mon

08

Oct

2012

Broken Relationships: Is Divorce the Answer?

Broken Marriage

Before you will make any swift decision, you will first consider all of the important things that constitute marriage. You may also consult with an expert Orange County divorce lawyer for this matter.


Some of the issues that need to be taken into consideration in planning for a divorce is the length of marriage – how long was it, the problem – what is its origin, children – the custody, the house and whether you both have tried to bring together the issues already.

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Fri

10

Aug

2012

Divorce Legalities : Tips and Advises

Love Shouldn't Hurt

Getting the legal services of an Orange County Divorce Lawyer when filing a divorce petition is a great advantage. They are one of most trusted and credible professional legal expert in such field. However, the first thing that needs to be address is : What is divorce?

 

Divorce is one of the most painful incident in the lives of every couples. It entails significant changes and sacrifices.

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