Posts Tagged ‘irreconcilable differences’

4 Things to Know Before Filing for Divorce in 2015

It is common knowledge these days that 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. For many married couples, divorce is the best option for getting out of an unhappy situation and starting fresh for the future. However, no two divorces are the same, and it’s important to know what you’re getting into before you start… Continue reading →

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No-Fault versus Fault Divorce

In the state of California, there are three main ways to end a marriage, which are: divorce, legal separation and annulment. Considering, that California is a “no fault” state, there are differences between receiving a “no fault” divorce and a “fault” divorce. A “no fault” divorce, means that the direct spouse or domestic partner that… Continue reading →

What are irreconcilable differences?

Irreconcilable differences are the number one cause for divorce in California.  Do you know what that actually means? If you and your spouse are continually fighting and never have any peace or quiet time in your relationship, you are most probably not a compatible match and will most probably never be able to work through… Continue reading →

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Marital infidelity

In California, statistics show that about one-third of all marriages will experience marital infidelity.  Over a long period of time, couples sometimes lose interest in each other – this could open the door to an extra marital affair – a warning sign that something is wrong. Adultery is wrong.  It leads to secrecy and distance… Continue reading →

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