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How is Marital Property Divided In California?

Posted on : August 13, 2018
Pasadena Divorce Lawyer, Grace Lea Chang
Those couples that are going through a divorce in California need to be prepared with the division of property and debt, as this is an important component of what their life will look like after the divorce is final.  You must be prepared to determine how to divide your debts and property or ask the court […]

As Many as a Quarter of Couples Split Up Over Chores

Posted on : April 20, 2018
Pasadena Divorce Lawyer, Grace Lea Chang, APC
Many people know the most common stressors that can lead to a marital breakdown. These can include trust due to infidelity and concerns over constantly fighting over money. These are some of the top reasons that people choose to file for no-fault divorce every year citing irreconcilable differences in their relationship. But a new study […]

Motherhood is the Equivalent of Working Two and a Half Full Time Jobs

Posted on : March 23, 2018
Pasadena Family & Divorce Lawyer, Grace Lea Chang, APC
Having a child can put a tremendous amount of pressure on a marriage and in particular women, if they take over the role of mothering. That was what was recently discovered in a study which said that motherhood is the equivalent of working two and a half full time jobs. More than 2,000 American moms […]

New Study Shows That Valentine’s Day Is Often Linked to Divorce

Posted on : February 21, 2018
Divorce Lawyer In Pasadena
Many studies look at the factors that could increase your chances of getting divorced and given the prevalence of divorce in the United States it is expected that this research interest will only continue. Some people who get married on arguably the most romantic day of the year may face problems according to a new […]

New Study Says Risk for Divorce May Run in The Family

Posted on : November 12, 2017
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If your parents were divorced, you probably have had more exposure to the idea than your peers with parents still together. It turns out the effects may go beyond that. It could be possible that children who have grown up with separated parents have a negative outlook on relationships and marriage. But a new study […]