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2 issues to avoid in a high net worth divorce

While going through your high net worth divorce in the Southern California area, it is important to be careful about how you handle key decisions. The decisions you make now will have an immediate and lingering impact on your and your kids’ lives after the judge issues the final divorce decree. 

California teachers may be able to help students through divorce

Children spend hours every weekday in a classroom. So, it stands to reason that their teachers get to know them pretty well. Teachers in California have the capacity to help students whose parents are going through a divorce. Nothing makes a child feel like he or she is being heard and understood than by being able to talk to someone they respect and admire, and often, that person can be a teacher. 

Holding on to your business during divorce

Divorce can be a complicated matter that encompasses a wide range of issues. There is the emotional element for spouses as well as other family members that come from terminating a flawed marriage. However, marriage is also a legal agreement between two people recognized (for legal and tax purposes) by the government. This can get much more complicated if one of the spouses is a business owner or they share ownership of a business.

Modifications to spousal or partner support in California

As the years go by after divorce, circumstances may change. Those changes in life could mean that any divorce settlement may need some modifications from the original. Divorced California residents can ask for changes to spousal support (also called alimony), or partner support with regard to domestic partnerships. A judge is the one who orders spousal/partner support and to change that order, it has to be shown that circumstances under which the order was initially made have changed.

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