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The Coronavirus’ Impact on Marriages

The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic has had dramatic effects for everyday life. Millions of people have lost their jobs and face economic uncertainty in the face of the impact the Coronavirus has made on the global economy. Each state has enacted different policies to limit the risk of public exposure and to minimize the strain on the medical care industry. While analysts from various disciplines continue to ponder the long-term effects the Coronavirus will impose on life, one often overlooked question is how the pandemic will affect marriages. Does Familiarity Breed Contempt, or Bring Couples Closer? Many Americans have shifted to

2020-07-08T13:54:37+00:00July 8th, 2020|

Dealing with Divorce During the Global Coronavirus Pandemic

The United States, along with the rest of the world, is facing a global pandemic with COVID-19, a novel coronavirus that has affected almost every area of the world and aspect of life. With many local areas still requiring residents to stay home as much as possible, you may feel concerned about your legal rights regarding a divorce during this unprecedented time. Learn how COVID-19 can impact your divorce. Filing for Divorce Under the law, you still have the legal right to file for a divorce. Every court is now operating independently and making decisions on whether to open according

2020-07-06T18:56:52+00:00June 17th, 2020|

Mistakes to Avoid During the Divorce Process

If you are going through a divorce, you likely feel overwhelmed, anxious, frustrated or maybe even angry. Oftentimes, people make poor choices when they feel depressed, fearful or furious. Make sure that you avoid these mistakes while you go through the divorce process to ensure that your actions do not cause any additional legal challenges for your case. The truth is that no divorce is joyful. However, make sure that you do not do anything to complicate your divorce filing or during the initial stages of your divorce. Mistakes to Avoid Even though you may feel exhausted, stressed, and overwhelmed,

2020-07-06T19:06:12+00:00March 26th, 2020|

How to Take Care of Your Credit After a Divorce

If you are facing a divorce, you may also be facing financial difficulty. If you are moving to a new residence, need to buy furniture or items for your home, or are facing alimony or child support payments, you may find yourself in a very different financial situation than you were used to throughout your marriage. You should make sure that you take care of your credit after a divorce, especially if you are considering purchasing a home or a new car in the near future. Bankruptcy or Divorce First? Many people who are struggling with their finances actually

2020-07-06T19:08:10+00:00February 28th, 2020|

Most Dangerous Divorce Mistakes

Divorces are stressful, emotional, and financially complex. You may feel overwhelmed and unsure of your next steps if you are considering divorce. Before you move forward, consider the following information to help you avoid dangerous divorce mistakes. Before Your Divorce Before you make any movement towards divorce, your actions and behavior will create a foundation upon the way your divorce will proceed. Everyone knows that divorce is never pleasant for any party involved, but taking these steps can ensure that you make no mistakes before the divorce begins. Be Sure. Before you serve divorce papers or visit a divorce

2020-07-03T03:02:18+00:00January 25th, 2020|

Domestic Violence Myths and Misconceptions

Too often, domestic violence is shrouded in a veil of secrecy. Abusers never admit to their violent actions, and victims are often too afraid to let anyone know of their abuse or injuries. While domestic violence is a serious matter, there are also myths and misconceptions surrounding domestic violence that results in a lack of understanding about the severity of the issue. The following are the most common domestic violence myths and misconceptions. MYTH: Domestic violence is a family matter, best left private. FACT: Domestic violence is a crime and is illegal. Physically abusing someone else, even if you

2020-07-03T03:08:06+00:00October 30th, 2019|

About Domestic Violence in California

In the U.S, there are more than three million incidents of domestic violence a year Every nine seconds, someone is hurt by their partner, and 4,000 victims of domestic violence are killed each year. Statistics show that approximately one-fourth of all relationships include some form of domestic violence. In 1994, Congress passed the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), establishing that violence against women is a national priority. Domestic violence can include any kind of physical, sexual, verbal, or emotional abuse towards a victim. It touches all races, ethnicities, religions, and cultures. While progress was made, unfortunately, this form of violence

2020-03-28T02:43:01+00:00September 7th, 2019|