When it comes to divorce and individuals in professional careers, there are often additional hurdles that one must consider when navigating the divorce process in CA. Those in the medical profession are no exception to this, and those working in this industry have their own set of challenges to contend with on top of the usual divorce hurdles.
Divorce is a difficult time for parents and children alike, and no parent wants to see their child go through the pain and life changes that come with divorce. Thankfully, many studies have reinforced one fact: children of divorced parents don’t fare any worse than children whose parents never separated, provided they’re given adequate support and care.
In many CA divorces, custody disputes continue to be one of the toughest issues to work through. For one, each parent might have a different perception or idea of how the other parent is doing. On top of parental preference, the CA family law courts always work to have both parents involved in the child’s life when possible.
The thought of going to family court can be mortifying and anxiety-inducing for anyone. This is no surprise, considering that the outcome of your family law case could impact your life and that of your loved ones’ for a very long time. Furthermore, most people don’t spend a lot of time dealing with the courts so the prospect can be very intimidating.