When a couple gets divorced, it's not just the end of a marriage but the beginning of a new life for two people. These two people often have to re-learn how to be on their own and to separate their lives from each other. After years together, the emotions can be difficult for people to process as they move on to a new life. These emotions are just one of the things that can create stress for a divorcing spouse. Divorce legal issues, like a child custody dispute or arguments over property division, can also add undue stress.
To many California parents, their children mean everything to them. They would do anything and everything in order to keep their children happy, healthy and safe. The turmoil of divorce often strengthens these desires. Therefore, during a divorce, it is easy for disputes to arise when parents don't agree on matters relating to the children.