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What Is an Interstate Custody Agreement?

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Navigating the complexities of child custody is never easy, but the situation can become even more convoluted when parents reside in different states. In such cases, what you need is an interstate custody agreement. This legal document serves as a blueprint for how custody of the children will be shared across state lines. Read… Read More »

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What Is Marriage Abandonment and What Are the Consequences?

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It’s a common phrase to hear that somebody “abandoned the marriage.” But what does this term really mean? Does it have any particular legal significance, or is it just an expression people use? As it turns out, marriage abandonment is “a thing,” and it can have significant legal consequences in a divorce or custody… Read More »

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When Does Child Support Begin After Divorce?

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For parents undergoing divorce, the well-being of their children remains a paramount concern post-divorce just as it was during marriage. Ensuring financial stability is crucial to that well-being, and child support is designed to address this very concern. Whether you are the parent seeking support for your children or are the one being asked… Read More »

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Does Remarriage Affect Alimony?

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A common question raised by our clients going through a divorce, whether they are being awarded alimony or ordered to pay, is what happens to alimony if the recipient remarries? The answer is fairly straightforward, although there are important nuances to consider. Below we attempt to answer the question and explain some of those… Read More »

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Navigating the Complexities of Gray Divorce

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As divorce attorneys based in Claremont, California, Blasser Law understands the unique intricacies of late-life divorces or, as they’re commonly known, “gray divorces.” A gray divorce, generally involving couples over 50 years old, often presents a different set of complexities compared to those experienced by younger couples. This is primarily due to longer marital… Read More »

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Examples of Irreconcilable Differences

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California, like every other state in the 21st century, allows married persons to file for “no-fault” divorce. The law no longer requires someone to prove that their spouse committed adultery, abandonment, cruelty, or other wrongful acts in order to seek a divorce. In California, the no-fault grounds are known as “irreconcilable differences.” Continue reading… Read More »

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What Is Proxy Marriage, and Is It Allowed in California?

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Marriage requires more than the decision of two people to marry. Certain legal formalities must be followed, including that the parties declare their intent to marry before a person “solemnizing” the marriage as well as necessary witnesses. Under most circumstances, the parties must be present, together, to officially solemnize their marriage. What happens when… Read More »

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Spousal Abandonment Laws

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When someone is unhappy in a marriage, the rational, mature step is to file for divorce. Some people decide, instead, to abdicate their marital responsibilities and simply leave the home with no plans to return. If your spouse has abandoned you, what are your options? What are the legal consequences of their abandonment? Read… Read More »

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What Is a 730 Evaluation in CA?

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Divorce involves a lot of legal hoops and hurdles. When children are involved, the process is even more complex. If you are divorcing with kids, the court could order the parties to undergo a child custody evaluation, often called a “730 evaluation.” Read on to learn about the 730 evaluation, what to expect, and… Read More »

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What Are the Different Types of Trusts in CA?

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Contrary to popular belief, executing a last will and testament is not the only essential part of an estate plan. In many cases, establishing a trust is equally if not more important. Certain trusts can serve the essential function of a will while providing additional benefits, and other types of trusts may be useful,… Read More »

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