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Menlo Park
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San Ramon
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December 2019 Archives

3 tips for a better high-asset divorce

You have a lot of money invested into your marriage, and it makes sense that you'd be worried about it. California is a community property state so that means that your marital property is likely to be divided right down the middle. If you're the one who has invested the most into the marriage, this can be terrifying and frustrating.

Kids can adapt to divorce if parents help them adjust

As a parent who has a goal of making divorce as comfortable as possible for your child, you may have started looking into others' stories or tips for how to help your child get through this. The trouble with that is that there's a high likelihood that you've seen some of the worst outcomes and worst situations that could take place.

The holiday season could lead to more divorce filings

The holiday season can be difficult and stressful, and for some people, it can lead to problems in their marriages. This is why people frequently choose to move forward with divorce at some point during the holiday season. In fact, there is an increase of divorce filings this time of year, and you may be at a point where you think this is a beneficial course of action for you as well.

Are you a snowplow parent?

There is a new kind of parenting trend that has made waves; it's called snowplow parenting, and it's something that you and your spouse may be accused of if you can't let your child handle any kind of obstacles on their own.