Janine Frisco, a California family law attorney at Gilligan, Frisco & Trutanich, discusses differences in California divorce as we age.
Gray divorce can be especially difficult when a couple has spent a long time together building a life. So much of who you are appears to be rooted in your marriage and shaped by the person to whom you are married. This can make moving on and starting over painful.
Although gray divorce can be difficult, it can also be a time for self-reflection and actually serve as a time to reinvent your life for the better.
Gray divorce can often lead to significant financial stress, as the bills that were once paid by two now must be paid independently.
While many are familiar with the dreaded seven-year itch, it turns out that more Americans are getting divorced even later in life than ever before.
Seeking advice for grey divorces? There are three things older couples should implement to minimize the trauma of grey divorce.
What is a grey divorce, and how does a breadwinner and their unemployed spouse organize their documents to get one? Los Angeles law attorney, Marlo Van Oorschot explains in this article and expounds on how it is necessary to consider all risks and liability.