One problem that some children can face is difficulty getting an education. Sometimes, this stems from their parents' divorce, and that's something you should consider when you choose to divorce from your spouse.
Child custody concerns are always an issue for parents who can't agree on the way to raise their children. That's why the court is adamant that parents come up with a parenting plan that is agreed upon by both parties.
California is a community property state, but that doesn't mean that couples have to abide by a 50-50 split if they don't want to when they divorce. California's courts normally accept any reasonable or fair property division agreement that you and your spouse agree to. However, if you can't agree, you will need to go to court and have the Superior Court do so for you.
Most Fullerton area entrepreneurs and business owners are excellent planners. However, divorce is often an event they do not anticipate until their marriage is ending. Divorce is not always easy to navigate when there are business interests to consider. While one spouse may have worked hard before and during the relationship to get the company off the ground, her or his partner may have contributed time and effort and other resources to help support it.
Not everyone wants to pay spousal support, and it's fair to understand why. Paying spousal support may seem to be like a continuous connection to someone you're trying to separate your life from.
California provides for several kinds of visitation orders. These, also called "time-shares," are plans for how parents will spend their time and share time with their children. There are four general visitation orders recognized by law.