There’s lots of aspects to consider when you prepare for and go through with a divorce in California. Some of the more pressing matters usually involve things like child custody disputes and determining who gets to keep what assets/property after the divorce. However, there are also lots of smaller but equally vital details to consider. For many women, one of these details centers on whether they should keep or change their married name, and whether any of the children should undergo a name change.
Wedding and engagement rings play a major role in most marriages in the US. As representations of love and commitment, their symbolic significance is perhaps only matched by their financial significance. These days, the typical wedding ring costs upwards of $6,000 and much, much more depending on the couples’ financial standing.
As marijuana consumption becomes more socially acceptable and integrated into mainstream society, many people’s attitudes towards pot have grown more lax over the years. This has been paired with recent legalization in California and a few other states, which has further taken much of the taboo away from marijuana users.
These days, doing things on your own by following a step-by-step video tutorial is all the rage. This approach however doesn’t quite translate to family law so easily.
With such huge stakes at play, it’s important to ensure that everything settles in a way that works for you and your loved ones. From custody issues to alimony or asset division, there are many sensitive and impacting matters that the family law courts have to determine. You need your own legal counsel, especially if the ex isn’t willing to work with you and has his/her own legal representation.