Marriage may be intended to be an equal partnership, but the division of labor is not often entirely fair. There can be a significant difference between a spouse who is a genuine homemaker and one who simply leeches from the other. For some California residents, making the decision to divorce a spouse who contributes nothing to the marriage may be accompanied by a desire to ensure that the other party does not benefit equally in the property division as a result.
There are many factors that can affect one's decisions in life. It can sometimes be helpful to solicit advice from a variety of sources. California residents who are considering divorce may consider the experiences of friends or family who have already gone through the process to be valuable; however, sometimes the comparisons one makes with another's situation may actually prove to do more harm than good.
August is Child Support Awareness Month. A child's future is shaped by many factors. Some can be altered, while others may not. When it comes to child support, the ability to collect is not always easily managed. However, one county in California has a consistently high success rate.
Marriages may begin – and end – in the most unusual of circumstances. Regardless of why a California resident marries, the decision to divorce is never an easy one. It can be especially difficult in circumstances where an extended period of estrangement has occurred, leaving one in a state of confusion about the status of the marriage.