Frowning Can Lead to Divorce?

Written by admin on August 31, 2013. Posted in California divorce law, Divorce and family law, Family law news

Divorce and family law

Did you smile a lot in your early photographs? There has been a study that linked frowning in your early pictures to those that are more likely to be filing for divorce later in life. Finding the best divorce law firms or a lawyer wells versed in divorce and family law can mean the difference between the best of a bad situation or regret.

Causes for divorce are varied, but those with divorced close friends are 150 percent more likely to get divorced themselves and unfortunately they have to start that same process of filing for divorce too. If you find yourself in that type of situation, you should research facts and potential divorce lawyers. While personal referrals from friends and colleagues are great, you can also use third party review sites to find potential lawyers. When filing for divorce, your future rests on a lot of the decisions coming from your legal expert.

Also, if you have kids that may be involved, you will want to make sure that they have significant experience with custody issues. Depending on the circumstances, custody can be a fairly volatile point of contention and you will need good legal experience. Going forward, you may want to look at stepchild and stepparent adoption. Those are matters that are governed by the state, and not by the federal government in the U.S. They will be able to advise you in those situations as well.

While filing for divorce, you should also pay attention to related issues of finance, insurance and credit to minimize problems once you have completed your divorce. At your initial consultations with your attorney, they may be able to give you some guidelines to follow that minimize any financial exposure or create problems that would lengthen the divorce process. Finally, make sure that you document everything along the way. If you have proper documentation you can usually circumvent any unforeseen complications when filing for divorce. References.

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Comments (5)

  • March 9, 2014 at 10:01 pm |

    Documentation has been key to our outcome in terms of custody and child support. I cannot stress how important this was for our blended family.

  • April 9, 2014 at 2:45 pm |

    Documentation has been key to our outcome in terms of custody and child support. I cannot stress how important this was for our blended family.

  • May 9, 2014 at 6:09 pm |

    Documentation has been key to our outcome in terms of custody and child support. I cannot stress how important this was for our blended family.

  • June 8, 2014 at 6:11 pm |

    Documentation has been key to our outcome in terms of custody and child support. I cannot stress how important this was for our blended family.

  • Walter Wheeler
    July 8, 2014 at 6:14 pm |

    Documentation has been key to our outcome in terms of custody and child support. I cannot stress how important this was for our blended family.

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