Life after divorce is never the same, especially when there are kids involved. However, just because things are not the same doesn’t necessarily mean that they have to be worse. For this post, we want to offer some tips to parents who might have split or partial custody of their kids, who now find themselves being ferried across two regular homes.
Nobody enjoys the process of getting a divorce in California, and divorce proceedings can be involved, costly affairs that could take months or longer to resolve. Not surprisingly, we at the White Oak Law have seen people try to cut corners in order to rush to a speedier or more favorable resolution.
As many people have found out, traveling while in the midst of divorce proceedings, or even afterwards, can be a tricky affair. This is especially true when there are children involved and/or disputes about who should have custody of the kids. Not taking the proper precautions and violating any court orders can carry serious consequences in California, and your custody/visitation rights could be placed jeopardy.
The impact that a divorce has on a person’s life can be tremendous, both during the proceedings themselves as well as for months or even years after the divorce has finalized. At the White Oak Law, we are often asked about the long-term effects of divorce, especially in regards to credit history and credit scores.