There is a degree of certainty for married parents. Children of the marriage are, for example, legally presumed to be the biological children of the parents (at least with heterosexual couples). In the absence of a premarital agreement or other special arrangement, when a California marital relationship ends, assets divide according to state community property standards and child custody arrangements move forward per the children's best interests.
Not every couple will see their love story end happily ever after. The sad fact of the matter is that too many marriages end in divorce. There are just too many problems that happen in today's world that affect the strength of a marriage. Let's take a look at warning signs of divorce so you know what to be on the lookout for in your relationship.
As a general rule, the courts of law anywhere in the world conduct the proceedings of a divorce litigation in a way that a suitable decision can be reached without conflict. Although the California courts try to streamline the divorce litigation process as much as possible, there are instances wherein the divorcing parties are not ready to give up without a fight.
The millennial generation takes a lot of flak, blamed for everything from the death of sit-down restaurants to the decline of the diamond industry. One business area not feeling the impact of millennials, however, is the wedding industry. Millennials - those between the ages of 22 and 37 in 2018 - are still marrying at approximately the same rate as their forebears, with a few differences.