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How to help children deal with divorce

People in Orange County who are getting a divorce can take steps to help their children adjust. Speaking to children early on in the process is important, as they will often begin to wonder what is wrong when parents move into separate bedrooms or there are other changes. Children need reassurance and the freedom to ask any questions they may have. If they are not asking questions, parents may want to periodically talk to them about the divorce and how they are feeling.

More couples fighting over politics, study says

Some couples in Orange County may find that they are experiencing more conflict since the election of President Donald Trump. A study by Wakefield Research found that one out of 10 couples reported that their relationship had ended over a political disagreement. Among millennials, 22 percent said they had broken up with a partner over political differences.

The next step when a California custodial parent dies

If minor children should face the death of their custodial parent, there is always a question of who will become their guardian. There may be several relatives considering adoption, or the non-custodial parent may wish to be granted full custody of children under these circumstances. No matter what the desires of people involved with the children, sound decisions must be made on their behalf, and this normally occurs in family court.

Changes in divorce rates since 1990

Baby boomers in Orange County might be more likely to seek divorce than people of a similar age were in 1990. The divorce rate for people 50 and older was about 10 per 1,000 married people in 2015 compared to around 5 per 1,000 married people for the same age group in 1990.

Do not make these mistakes on social media before your divorce

Social media is an important aspect in how you interact with others in today's culture. It is almost second nature to post anything that happens in your life on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. What you may not realize is that what you put out there for your friends to see can be used as admissible evidence in court. It pays to be careful about how you use social media during any legal proceeding, especially divorce.

When divorce happens before IVF is completed

In-vitro fertilization is an option for couples in Orange County who are having difficulty getting pregnant. The process involves the creation of embryos that are cryogenically stored before they are implanted in the mother's womb. When a couple decides to end their marriage before the IVF process is completed, disputes may arise over the cryogenically stored embryos.

How to put the kids first in a divorce

Most people in California and elsewhere believe that the interests of a child should come first in a divorce. However, ego and an individual's own self-interest may not always allow that to happen. Parents who are going through the divorce process may need to create a plan to restore trust and ensure that they raise a happy and healthy child.

New Year's resolutions for your new life

The start of a new year is a great time to make changes and start fresh on various resolutions. For those going through divorce, such goals may be more important now than ever. While healthy eating and weight loss can be great ideas at any stage of life, here are a few additional ideas for New Year's resolutions when you are starting your new life.

How digital information may affect Orange County divorces

In recent years, many spouses have turned to digital communications to help them with their divorces. Emails, text messages and posts to social media sites can contain information that may help an individual obtain custody of children or spousal support. In addition to being visible to social media friends, this data can be obtained through legal channels and may end up displayed in court.

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