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Study looks at attitudes toward stay-at-home parents in divorce

In a community property state like California, a stay-at-home parent is entitled to an equal share of the marital assets in a divorce, even if that parent has never worked outside the home. The value of each spouse's contribution may be weighed in deciding how to divide assets. However, it can be difficult to put a monetary amount on the contributions of a stay-at-home parent.

Making a success of co-parenting

The divorce process can be especially difficult for California parents who have kids together. Despite wanting to get on with life, they may face challenges related to co-parenting. There are a few ways that co-parents can make their lives and their children's lives much easier.

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