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Apps Could Ease Challenges of Co-Parenting

By Blasser Law |

Raising a child with a former spouse can offer daily opportunities for confusion and conflict. Staying in regular contact with a former spouse might result in constant arguments if your relationship is strained, but avoiding communicating with a spouse can also cause its own set of problems. Several new smartphone apps can help you… Read More »

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New California Rules on Calculating Spousal Support, Division of Interests, Connected to Domestic Violence

By Blasser Law |

California recently passed a series of amendments to the Family Code that went into effect at the beginning of 2019.  A common thread running through many of the amendments is a broadening of the definition of “domestic violence” and a strengthening of the effect that incidents of domestic violence have on the division of… Read More »

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California’s New Pet Custody Law

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For some people, pets can be almost like children.  Division of assets and property in divorce can already be a combative and difficult process without the level of emotional attachment we have for our pets.  In most jurisdictions around the country, however, pets are treated as simply another type of property in divorce proceedings: … Read More »

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Three’s Not a Crowd: Tri-Parenting in California

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A recent opinion from an appellate court is illustrative of a new trend growing in California and several other states:  “Tri-parenting.”  Ruling pursuant to a California law passed in 2013, the court found that the child over whom the parties were disputing custody actually has three legal parents.  California is one of a few… Read More »

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Can I Date Before My Divorce is Final?

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If you’re the spouse seeking to end your marriage, you may feel relieved and eager to move on once you finally file for divorce. It’s likely that you’ve been unhappy in your relationship for months, even years. You’re ready to dive back into the dating pool and find a relationship that will last—but is… Read More »

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Living Together after Filing for Divorce

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Prior to 2017, married couples in California were required to be living “separate and apart” to establish an intent to separate. Since that time, California law has changed to allow for couples to establish a separation date for the purpose of dividing their marital property that is acquired before either or both spouses moves… Read More »

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Special Concerns in Calculating Child Support when Raising Special Needs Children

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Determining an appropriate amount of child support always hinges on the needs of the children. When the child involved has special needs, there is an even greater number of issues that parents must consider when determining the amount of child support that they need to request or be prepared to pay. Learn more about… Read More »

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Handling a Stalling Spouse in a California Divorce

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Divorcing spouses are sometimes willing to take out their frustration or hurt feelings toward their ex through the divorce process itself. In many cases, this will materialize as unreasonable delays to the divorce process. On the one hand, delay tactics could be the work of a spouse who wishes to cost their ex a… Read More »

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Is It Worthwhile to Change Divorce Attorneys Midway Through Your Case?

By Blasser Law |

Divorce rarely goes as smoothly as spouses expect. Even when conflict between divorcing spouses is relatively low, couples are often daunted by the thought of dividing up a lifetime of possessions and assets fairly. If the couple shares a child, the process of reaching a division or sharing of custody can introduce even more… Read More »

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What are Four Common Mistakes California Residents Make during the Estate Planning Process?

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If you’re in the process of creating a will or estate plan, then you’re avoiding what is the most dangerous estate planning mistake—failing to create an estate plan at all. However, there are other important errors to avoid when creating a plan for what should happen to your assets after you pass. Read on… Read More »

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