Children of Divorce Less Likely to Earn Degree

Being a child of divorce nearly halves the likelihood that a young person will earn a bachelor’s or graduate degree compared to someone whose parents remain married, new research suggests.

Determining exactly why will take more digging. Researchers at Iowa State University analyzed 15 years of data from the National Longitudinal Survey ... Read More

How a custody agreement can be impacted by social media

In today’s society, individuals of ages are interconnected through media sites.

While this helps keep residents in California and elsewhere connected to old friends and family members that live in different cities, states and even counties, these media platforms are not entirely beneficial. For divorcing parents, the details and usage of ... Read More

Divorce is Messy – Especially When You Own Bitcoin

It ain’t easy owning bitcoin. Back in the day, you could own 50 BTC and nobody cared. But now that the digital currency is actually worth something, everyone wants a piece.

Thieves, friends who didn’t listen, the taxman, and, when your marriage breaks down, your spouse. The blockchain might be immutable, ... Read More

Picking The Best Divorce Lawyer For You

Making a decision to divorce is one of the most significant decisions you can make in life. Almost as important is the selection of your divorce attorney. This article lists some things to consider when making that selection.

Choosing a divorce lawyer may be one of the most important decisions you ... Read More

7 common reasons people say they got divorced

Why do people get divorced? These are seven of the most common reasons:

When it comes to studying divorce, social scientists have two options. They can observe different couples and try to figure out on their own what predicts the end of a marriage, or they can simply ask people why ... Read More

The same NFL franchise that signed Greg Hardy in 2015 claims to have a zero tolerance policy on domestic violence

Jerry Jones: Cowboys have 'complete zero tolerance' regarding domestic violence

Running back Ezekiel Elliott will play for the Cowboys on Sunday, just days after his request for a brief administration stay was granted. That means Elliott's six-game suspension for alleged incidents of domestic violence has been put on hold again. Elliott told reporters ... Read More

Children Lose When A Divorced Parent Is Coerced Out

Children Lose When A Divorced Parent Is Coerced Out

What some divorcing parents would relish, more than anything, is for the other parent to vanish. They believe that would solve all their quandaries. What they don't apperceive is that when one parent vanishes, the children's quandaries generally ... Read More

Habits That Could Be Divorce Indictors

University of California-Berkeley and University of Washington psychologists researched behaviors that could be good indicators for future divorce.

A recent study of 373 newlyweds found that if these behaviors were exhibited, divorce was more likely, even as far as 16 years down the line. Read four of ... Read More

Habits That Could Be Divorce Indictors

University of California-Berkeley and University of Washington psychologists researched behaviors that could be good indicators for future divorce.

A recent study of 373 newlyweds found that if these behaviors were exhibited, divorce was more likely, even as far as 16 years down the line. Read four of ... Read More

Parenting Plans – San Diego Divorce

September 18th, 2017 No doubt divorce is an emotional time for all members of the family. The couple has to find some type of common ground on many issues. Division of assets, child support, spousal support and more. In all cases the best interests of the child must be thoroughly ... Read More

Protect Your Business in a Divorce

September 14th, 2017 It's definitely not something you think about when you are dating, but the truth is half of the people who get married will at some point get divorced. It's already a painful process, so if you are business owner consider using a prenuptial agreement to address what happens ... Read More

San Diego Spousal Support – San Diego Law

September 8th, 2017 Either spouse can request spousal support when a person files for a divorce.  Spousal support is a “legal obligation on a person to provide financial support to their spouse after marital separation or divorce” (Wikipedia). Many factors go into determining spousal support: Read More

How To Find A Good Divorce Lawyer In San Diego

July 29th, 2017 If you are looking for a San Diego divorce lawyer you will likely interview a few lawyers and choose among them. Common mistakes that many people make are that they choose the cheapest option or the lawyer that makes big promises that they are unlikely to ... Read More

Common Issues In Uncontested Divorces

July 22nd, 2017 Uncontested divorces, or divorces without litigation, can be cost and time efficient and save you a lot of stress. An uncontested divorce is the perfect solution for two parties that are ready to move forward with their lives, do not hold bitter feelings towards one another ... Read More

Navigating California Annulments

July 15th, 2017 Annulments are often considered to be an easy option compared to divorce. The truth is that navigating the process of annulling a marriage can be as difficult as a divorce and the processes of each is completely different from one another. Obtaining a San Diego divorce ... Read More

Considering Mediation

June 29th, 2017 San Diego residents who are considering ending their marriage may want to consider mediation. Mediation employs the impartial guidance of a trained third party. Couples that are amicable can work together to reach a mutual agreement regarding the terms of their divorce. Advantages of ... Read More

Restraining Orders and Divorce

June 15th, 2017 Domestic violence can have a serious impact on the life of an individual including their physical and mental well being. If you feel that you are being abused you have the right to obtain a restraining order. California defines “domestic violence” as abuse perpetrated ... Read More

Grandparents’ Rights In A Divorce

June 10th, 2017 When it comes to a divorce, custody arrangements can affect family members other than the parents. Grandparents who may play a very important role in a child’s life can also be stripped of their visitation rights. During and after a separation or divorce, grandparents ... Read More

Why doing your research is important

When you decide to separate or divorce, there are going to be a lot of hard decisions to make. You may have purchased vehicles, a home, made investments and gathered personal possessions along the way. There is a lot of emotion involved when the relationship is becoming dismantled and a ... Read More

Always Leave An Option Open

We are often surprised and somewhat dismayed to observe how frequently business people and their legal representatives will “draw lines in the sand”, “dig in their heels” or otherwise put themselves in an untenable position if thing don’t go just their way.  Whether handling an Alternative Dispute Resolution case dealing with, ... Read More