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A parenting plan makes co-parenting easier after divorce

If there is one thing former spouses are likely to agree on, it's the well-being of their children. Divorce in California may divide a couple, but it doesn't have to split up the core family dynamic. A strong parenting plan could be the road map to successful co-parenting. Statistics show that when children's parents get along after divorce, children deal better with the changes that are happening in their lives.

California divorce: Jewish divorce differs from legal divorce

Apparently, a divorce is not a divorce when it comes to certain religious faiths. A legal divorce in California does not quite cut it for those who are Orthodox Jews. Family Code 2300 indicates that once a divorce has been granted, the former couple each return to unmarried status.

Can mental illness affect divorce in California?

Each year, one in four adults is diagnosed with some sort of mental illness. It's no wonder, then, that mental illness may play a part in the reasons a couple divorces. In fact, more than half of all divorces in the United States have mental illness affecting the divorce decision. California couples are no exception. A mental illness diagnosis may play a part in the outcome of the divorce as well.

California divorce on tap for Georgina Chapman, Harvey Weinstein

With all the accusations made against movie producer Harvey Weinstein recently, his wife Georgina Chapman has decided to end their 10-year marriage. Weinstein, 65, has been accused by many female stars of sexual abuse. Divorce for the California couple appears imminent.

California grandparents can help grandchildren of divorce

Children are hit hard emotionally when they are told their parents are splitting up. They need some sense of normalcy in their lives, and the ones who might be able to give them that when their parents are facing divorce are their grandparents.  Divorce is not uncommon in California, but even so, it's still never easy for children to handle.

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