According to recent statistics, so-called grey divorce is getting more and more common both in California and throughout the rest of the country. In fact, the number of divorces among those over 50 years old has increased by 109 percent, more than doubling, over the last generation or so.
As this blog has discussed, parents in the Los Angeles area who are raising children in separate homes have the option of asking a court to review their parenting plans and make changes to them. This is true even when the couple originally agreed on the parenting plan.
When doctors engaged in the private practice of medicine are involved in a divorce or legal separation, they may wonder what will become of their medical practice. Like other businesses, medical practices are generally divided in a divorce according to California's community property laws.
As your divorce has gotten underway, you have undoubtedly already made countless decisions. Now, the time has come to negotiate on how to divide the marital property. You may not have many major items that you want to hold on to, but you do have a focus on keeping the house.