You've been wanting to move back to your hometown, but it's several hours from where you and your spouse lived. Now that you're divorced, you want to move away, but with children, you feel it's impossible. If you're three or four hours away, visitation would be much harder.
Dealing with property division when you're divorcing isn't always easy. You may have a complex case, and with California's community property laws, it could be hard to know how to divide your property equally.
After you get a divorce, you may find that you want to seek a modification of your divorce decree. While it's possible to seek a modification through court, many people who want to make changes to the divorce agreement will do so informally and then ask the court to approve those changes.
You caught your husband cheating, and it made you furious. Before he knew it, you were slapping a divorce paper down in front of him and telling him to get out of the house.
You have kids with your ex-spouse, but you have a very hard time coparenting. Your ex is narcissistic and frustrating to talk to. They think that everything is about them and that every comment or suggestion you make is intended to undermine them.