Social media is part of life, and you may be one of the millions whose morning check of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest is as important to you as your cup of coffee. However, if you are also among the thousands filing for divorce this year, you may need to re-evaluate your social media habits, at least for the time being.
Getting divorced may be one of the biggest challenges you face in life, especially if you have children. Like most good parents in California, your main concerns probably have a lot to do with your children's best interests, in particular, helping them maintain a sense of normalcy as much as possible as you move forward to a new lifestyle together. The thought of uprooting your kids and making them shuttle back and forth between two new homes (maybe a new school district as well) has you worried.
Divorce is a difficult time for every member of your California family, and it is normal for even two amicable parties to feel the stress and strain of this process. If you are facing the prospect of a divorce in the New Year, it is likely that you have serious concerns over your financial well-being.