We reveal the downside of fighting fire with fire and show you how to take the high road in a potentially combative situation.
Author: Raymond Hekmat
Compromise produces a single winner or two dissatisfied parties. Instead, focus on open communication, creative solutions, and a growth mindset.
We’re not saying you shouldn’t have your dream wedding, but we believe it’s just as, if not more, important to devote resources to preparing for your marriage as you embark on a lifelong journey with your partner.
There’s simply not enough time to go through the lengthy, drawn-out process of a trial and be officially divorced by the end of the year. So what’s your best option to hit your target date? Mediation.
Thriving in a marriage takes patience, mindfulness, and a heartful approach. Let’s dive into 5 ways to keep your marriage strong.
Revelations during COVID, lack of communication, and/or splitting interests can create a fork in the road of marriage. Fact of the matter is, good people divorce and, sometimes, it might not always be a bad thing.
Here’s the thing—even if you don’t write a custom prenup, California has a prenup for you anyway—it’s California law and it’s what you and your partner agree to when signing your marriage contract with the state.
Let’s unpack how not getting a prenup could end up being a costly mistake and impact your financial, emotional, and mental well-being down the line.
Let’s explore California’s Family Code 2605, which gives judges the power in divorce cases to determine who gets the pets based on what’s in your “best friend’s” best interest.
Divorce can be a powerful first step to an exciting new chapter in your life. Let’s take a look at 3 major areas that you should focus on including money, dating, and legal matters.