During a marriage in our state, couples handle their financial situation based on what makes the most sense for their family. Sometimes, one spouse may work and earn the majority of the income, while the other stays home with young children. Other times, both spouses work and earn similar amounts of money. Even spouses who both work though, may earn different amounts of money. Couples also may maintain everything they earn in joint accounts, or they may also have separate accounts.
Almost every couple in California have arguments from time to time. These arguments can be over a variety of issues, but for the most part these arguments remain verbal in nature. However, this is not true for everyone and sometimes these arguments turn physical and one person may hit, push, kick or in some other way physically assault the other. This is not right and should never be the way that couples resolve disagreements. Domestic abuse can be very detrimental to the victim both physically and mentally and can affect the children as well.