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Finding ways to avoid disruptions in divorce

Those in California who choose to end their marriages in court often face many challenges in the process. Most want to avoid disruptions in their personal and professional lives during divorce. Doing so is often possible, but it can be difficult if there is a breakdown in communication between former spouses.

It has been beneficial for many couples who have divorced in the past to act alongside skilled negotiators and experienced legal guidance. For those who have children, the best interests of those children are often priorities as amicable solutions are sought and future parenting plans devised. Even without children, divorcing couples often become emotional when facing property division or learning to socialize and associate as single persons with friends that were once shared.

Thinking about such things can be overwhelming. Many people begin to doubt their decisions and feel helpless to determine how best to proceed to move forward toward a successful future. Often, discussing a particular situation with someone who can provide sound counsel helps.

Many couples in California have successfully achieved agreeable outcomes through mediation. Some say this is a good way to help avoid contentious courtroom debates and emotional outbursts. Others find it necessary to enter litigation in order to obtain positive results. Either way, any questions or concerns can be addressed through consultation with an experienced attorney who can act on one's behalf to accomplish immediate and long-term goals. Such representation is often crucial in situations where a divorce includes substantial net worth assets or other high profile situations.

Source: newspressnow.com, "Tips to help get through a divorce", Erica Van Buren, Oct. 9, 2016

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