As far as divorce topics go, discussions involving alimony are usually rife with half-truths, exaggerations, and outright myths. As is often the case, people enjoy sharing advice or guidance, even in the legal sphere and you may routinely hear caveats or ominous warnings regarding the potential of divorce and alimony.
In CA law, spouses are entitled to confidentiality when it comes to any private communications between both parties. In a legal sense, this means that a spouse may not be compelled to testify about these private matters to a court of law. The idea behind this is that it helps foster spousal harmony and prevents situations where one spouse is condemning the other, etc.
For many people who get divorced before hitting 30, they can feel like they’re in an especially unusual situation. After all, no one plans to see their marriage end so quickly and most people hope to get married for the long haul. Having this type of outcome quickly can be a strong emotional blow, though it’s worth noting that there are some advantages to this scenario. As with anything, there are also unique challenges to consider.
After a divorce, many parents are surprised to find that co-parenting with the ex is a fairly smooth or straightforward affair. However, other parents aren’t so lucky. Many have to endure exchanges rife with conflict, stress, fear, and more. In these situations, there’s a few options that parents can consider looking into, primarily in the form of supervised or monitored exchanges.