California Divorce Guide Blog
The Family Law firm of Dishon & Block provides this blog as a supplement to our California Divorce Guide. The Guide is a thorough explanation of the divorce process in the state of California. We will provide articles, advice and tips that will help you manage your divorce financially, emotionally, and with respect to your family.
Nothing will replace the professional guidance you will receive from the representation of a family law attorney, but it’s our goal that the California Divorce Guide will enable you to understand the divorce process and court procedures. Knowledge will help you to navigate the California family law system with less stress and confusion – regardless of whether you choose to retain a divorce lawyer or not.
- May 11, 2013
Postnups: Are They Worth It?
Dishon & Block: California Postnuptial Agreements – Singing a prenup (prenuptial agreement) is fairly common practice that everyone is aware of. Many couples decide to sign a prenup to figure out financial issues that will save headaches and protect individuals in the case of a split. But what about a postnuptial agreement? Are you considering signing one?
- May 7, 2013
Sex After Divorce
Dishon & Block: Divorce Advice – Here’s a taboo topic for women. You’ve been with the same man for five, ten, or thirty years and now you’re divorced. You’ll most likely start dating again. Depending on how quickly you want to take things, you’ll eventually start having sex again… most likely. You’ve only slept with one person for many years (probably) and this might make things a little difficult in the beginning, right?
- Apr 29, 2013
Co-Parenting with a Narcissist Ex
Dishon & Block: Divorce Tips – Divorcing someone with a high-conflict personality or a narcissist is hard enough. Having to co-parent with that person can seem like an impossible feat. Even small arguments over arranging pick-up can result in your ex trying to push your buttons and constantly get under your skin.
- Apr 24, 2013
Keeping Social Media in Check
Does it seem like social media exists solely to stress you out and show you things that will make you sad? Facebook exists to connect the world, but connecting with your ex is probably the last thing you want to do when you’re going through a divorce or separation. Whether you’re just starting the divorce or whether it’s finalized, most people prefer to be as disconnected from their former husband or wife as possible. And Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. make that difficult to do.
- Apr 12, 2013
Divorce: What You Need to Survive
Dishon & Block: Divorce Advice – If there’s ever a time you need distraction, it’s when you’re going through a divorce. Ending a marriage or separating from someone that has been the center of your world can take over all of your thoughts. It’s important to think about the divorce when need be, but not let it consume your world constantly.
- Apr 9, 2013
Five Lessons Learned from Divorce
Dishon & Block: Orange County Family Law – People always say that we learn and grow the most when life isn’t easy. But is that true when dealing with something as awful as divorce? Absolutely. No one wants to divorce until they realize they really need to, and it can be devastating. But there is a silver lining. The best life lessons are often found what we experience unanticipated change or loss, such as a divorce or separation.
- Apr 1, 2013
Four Things To Never Tell Yourself Post-Divorce
Dishon & Block: Post Divorce Tips – We can all be our own biggest critic. When a big part of your life has changed or you’re in a transition period and can’t find someone to blame, many of us blame ourselves. This can be very unhealthy post-divorce or separation, and it can really hinder your recovery process and your relationships with your friends/family. You’ll start telling yourself stories that may not even be true, and you may certainly exaggerate what really went wrong in your marriage. You need to think positively. Here are four things that Christine Arylo believes you should NEVER tell yourself:
- Mar 26, 2013
Why It’s Better to Be a Single Parent
Dishon & Block: Divorce Advice – Being a single parent is not an ideal situation. No matter how you spin it, almost everyone agrees that having two parents is better than one. However, being a single parent post-divorce or separation gets a worse rep than it deserves, and there are advantages to raising children alone.
- Mar 18, 2013
Dividing a Business
Dishon & Block: Divorce Business Ownership – Divorce finance is complicated as it is, but trying to divide a business makes it extremely vital to know the process before making business decisions. The business is typically an asset and a source of income for the couple.
- Mar 12, 2013
Beware of the Pitfalls of Estate Planning During a Divorce
Los Angeles Daily Journal – by Aaron Dishon and Marc Garelick. Individuals going through a divorce oftentimes do not consider the need to revisit their estate plan and take immediate steps to prevent their assets from being inherited by their estranged spouse during the pendency of a divorce case.
California Divorce Blog
- Postnups: Are They Worth It?
- Sex After Divorce
- Co-Parenting with a Narcissist Ex
- Keeping Social Media in Check
- Divorce: What You Need to Survive
- Five Lessons Learned from Divorce
- Four Things To Never Tell Yourself Post-Divorce
- Why It’s Better to Be a Single Parent
- Dividing a Business
- Beware of the Pitfalls of Estate Planning During a Divorce
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