When we are young, we learn what we want in a significant other through trial and error. This is an acceptable way to go about things when one is 17-years-old with no real concept of the progression of time and no substantial demands on life. Ideally, when we marry, our spouse meets the expectations so hard fought to identify. Yet, as many California residents know, some marriages do not work out, and what we thought we wanted may not have been right after all.
Therapists, divorce veterans and sociologists have created helpful tips for divorcing couples to deal with the emotional strife involved with a separation. Yet, some of the most helpful advice can come from finance experts who understand the complexity of the division of assets in divorce and how shifting from living on two incomes to one can drastically change one's lifestyle.
There are many reasons why going through a divorce can be difficult. Emotional strife, complex property division and battles over child custody can be challenging to deal with. However, a new study may help California residents in identifying whether their relationship is headed for divorce before they even get to the altar.