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August 2019 Archives

How to co-parent with a narcissistic spouse

When you are a single parent in California, you try to raise your children with as little conflict as possible between you and their other parent. Sometimes, past partners co-parent seamlessly. Other times there is great tension, especially when one person has a demanding demeanor. How can you successfully co-parent with a former spouse who has a difficult personality?

Am I a good candidate for an uncontested divorce?

Like many other California residents in the same situation, you may be feeling overwhelmed at the thought of your impending divorce. How long will it take? How expensive will my divorce be? What do I stand to lose in our disputes? You may also wonder if there is a better way to end your marriage than to battle it out in court.

Dividing investment accounts in a divorce

When California couples get a divorce, they usually have to separate all of their assets. This process may get a little complicated when it comes to separating financial assets, especially when couples have investment accounts. When people divide their investment accounts, there are a few things they should keep in mind. 

How to ease children through the transition to post-divorce life

Divorce is not easy for anyone in San Jose, but it can be particularly hard on children. At the Law Office of Lily L. Huang, we have observed that children involved in a divorce sometimes fall into unhelpful patterns of thinking, blaming themselves for the divorce or siding with one parent over the other. Fortunately, according to Parents Magazine, there are things that you can do to help your children through the transition. 

How to separate finances

When California residents get a divorce, they may only think about separating their physical belongings when they begin to divide their property. However, it is just as important to divide finances, especially as this may be more complicated.

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