There is an old saying that goes "little pitchers have big ears," and sometimes people underestimate how true this may be. Children do see and hear far more than is often realized, especially when a couple are caught up in negotiating the sometimes stormy waters of divorce. California residents may not have to worry about fault-based divorce, but this doesn't necessarily stop a spouse from being deliberately contentious. How does one avoid arguments and rancor to maintain that which is in the best interest of the child?
When one is going through a divorce, there are many things that have to be considered. In cases where children are involved, they would naturally be the first priority. Other matters such as property division can become overwhelming in their complexity. One topic that California residents may not have at the forefront of their minds is the tax implications of divorce.
Typically, the decision to dissolve a California marriage is a time of emotional upheaval, especially if the circumstances are acrimonious. During the initial divorce proceedings, individuals may find themselves behaving in ways which are completely out of character. Some may become introverted and anxious, while others may be aggressive and vengeful. Here are a few tips to help make a smooth transition through this tumultuous time.
Advances in technology seem to be happening faster than ever. With the advent of smartphones, the possibilities are endless -- where there now appears to be an app for almost everything one can think of. They can be fun, useful and informative -- but to what extent should the residents of California rely on something like this, when considering truly serious issues such as health or divorce?