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Posts Tagged ‘California Divorce Mediators’

Midlife Divorce Can Be Detrimental To Your Health

Orange County divorce attorneys; The Maggio Law Firm

There was a study conducted by the Journal of Health and Social Behavior, which did a data analysis involving around nine thousand adults in the age group of 51 to 61. The study found out that people who were either separated or divorced demonstrated twenty percent more adverse health conditions as compared to all those…

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What Role Does Parent's Income Play In Child Support?

Top Orange County divorce lawyers; The Maggio Law Firm

During a divorce that involves children, one of the parent ends up having custody over the children while the other parent pays a certain amount as child support.  It is very important that parents calculate the amount of child support they need to pay. Parents should first work out where and with whom the children…

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Myths About Prenuptial Agreements

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Prenuptial agreements are designed to take a major chunk of the sting away from most divorce cases, by preserving the interests and expectations of both the divorcing parties and keeping the surprise element away from the trial proceedings. In California, a prenup agreement is referred to as a premarital agreement, and governed by the statutes…

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10 Suggestions On How To Develop A Parenting Plan

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For parties with children going through a separation whether they are married or not, there are many things to keep in mind when preparing a parenting plan for their children.  Here are a few things to consider: Be detail-oriented when preparing your parenting plan.  Make sure you are specific about the dates, times, locations and…

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Should You Divorce or Attempt Reconciliation?

Marital relationships can sometimes last a lifetime, but only if the people that are involved in it are in it with love, commitment and dedication. Yet sometimes, especially in relationships between a husband and a wife, things just don’t work out. There may be a variety of reasons for things not working out which may…

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Good Co-Parenting Should Not Occur Just During the Holidays

Toward the end of the year, many publications offer tips on how to survive the holiday season as divorced parents. Although such annual articles provide useful advice on holiday arrangements for children, divorcing parents should aim to develop effective co-parenting strategies that extend all year long. The holiday season is a major, emotional period of…

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