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December 2018 Archives

California divorce shows how asset division can get nasty

When someone thinks of divorce, it is hard to avoid the images of love turned to animosity and emotional threats leading to contentious fights over the silverware or frequent-flyer miles. Much of this effect is lent to divorce by movies and television; however, because the actual processes of working out who gets what during and after separation does not have to be so difficult or dramatic.

Airman continues to serve as a single mother after divorce

A parent serving in the military manages at least two important responsibilities. Children have many formative and emotional needs that only a primary caretaker can provide, and every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces demands the best of their officers and enlisted personnel. These twin honors can be nearly too much for many service members who have a civilian spouse or no spouse at all.

Steps to take if a spouse is violent

When a spouse is violent, sometimes it is difficult to know what steps you can take to stop it. While moving out or getting a divorce may be your ultimate goals, sometimes it may be appropriate to start by taking smaller steps toward those goals. Two small steps to consider are creating a safety plan and filing a restraining order.

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