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3 factors to consider when kids are involved in divorce

As a parent, you never want to see your kid go through something that causes them stress or unhappiness. This is exactly why divorce is often such a daunting prospect. You may know that separation is the best option for you and your spouse, but perhaps the idea of harming your child keeps you from taking the next step. There are a few things to consider when you have kids and are considering divorce.

Who gets the retirement accounts in a divorce?

When you divorce in California, the pensions that you and your spouse own can be more valuable than all the other assets you acquired during your marriage. As Reuters reports, dividing up these retirement accounts is tricky at best. If you fail to do it properly, you and/or your spouse could face thousands of dollars in taxes and penalties.

Single parents may need to seek emotional and financial help

As a single parent, you may receive child support and work a full-time job, yet still not have enough to make ends meet. You might also feel emotionally drained and worn out. At the Law Office of Lily L. Huang, we understand that these are normal occurrences for many single parents in California. The truth is simply that single parenthood is not an easy job.

What do women need to know about gray divorce?

Although you may feel alone getting a divorce in your 50s or 60s, your experience is far from uncommon. “Gray divorce,” the popular term for divorce among the older crowd, happens more today than you might expect. You and other Californians who are divorcing at the same time you would be preparing for retirement should understand the unique challenges that come from ending a marriage later in life, especially for women.

Why a Facebook divorce is a really bad idea

At the Law Office of Lily L. Huang in California, we know how much you enjoy staying connected with your friends via social media platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Twitter and others. If you are contemplating a divorce, however, or already involved in one, you would do well to think carefully about what you post online about yourself or divulge electronically via email, texts, etc.

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