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What are some common causes of divorce?

It doesn't matter if you are a California resident facing marriage difficulties or live in another part of the country, you know that divorce is always a possibility. At the same time, you realize that there are steps you may be able to take to overcome your problems.

Marriage mistakes that can contribute to divorce

As one of our California readers, if you are considering divorce there is a good chance that you and/or your spouse has made some major relationship mistakes in the past. While some couples have what it takes to get past these, others do not. For this reason, they begin to look into the divorce process, including how to move forward and what it will mean to them now and in the future.

Neil Young to get divorced in California

Neil Young, an icon in the music industry, has been married to his wife, Pegi, for around 36 years. In fact, many of the songs that his fans are familiar with -- tunes like "Unknown Legend" and "Such a Woman" -- are said to have been inspired by Pegi. The couple has worked together on projects and contributed quite a lot to the music scene.

Divorce is for the dogs -- no, really

When people divorce, no matter if they live in California or another part of the United States, they know they are faced with a long process that can entail questions about property division and child custody. As of late, a growing number of couples find themselves fighting over pets in divorce. Similar to a child custody battle, this happens when both parties decide that they want to take ownership of the pet.

Divorce when a business is involved

From California to New York and all states in between, there are married couples who jointly own a business. Along with this, there are situations in which one partner believes he or she is the sole owner of the company, however, one comes to find out differently, often during the divorce process.

When the fur starts flying: pets and divorce

With 62 percent of homes in the U.S. having a pet, it's no wonder that those furry creatures become a sticking point when it comes to divorce. Deciding to divorce is difficult, especially when you consider child custody, child support, alimony and property division. The latter, though, is where your pet comes in. You might believe that Fido or Frisky is a part of your family, but in the eyes of a California court, your pet is nothing more than property.

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