Divorcing couples in San Jose may say that they feel sick over the whole process, but that may not necessarily be a figure of speech. Psychology Today cites extensive evidence that the immune system experiences compromise as a result of stress. Your divorce may be the most stressful experience that you ever have in your life. Therefore, it stands to reason that the stress of the divorce could compromise your immune system and put you at greater risk for disease.
Divorcing parents in San Jose will need to decide how they want to tackle matters of child custody. It may seem difficult for some couples to share custody, but studies have recently shown that this might be the best option for the child. So how can arguing parents make it work?
Unmarried parents in San Jose like you may decide one day that it is best if you go your separate ways. But what about your child? Matters of child custody are not handled the same way for unwed couples as they are for those who have been married.
San Jose residents who are getting a divorce will be able to either have a contested or uncontested divorce. We at the Law Office of Lily L. Huang will explain how these options can affect child custody matters.