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Why Everyone Should Get a Prenup

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Many clients are under the impression that premarital or prenuptial agreements (“prenups”) are exclusively for the rich and well-connected, those with serious money on hand before marriage seeking to protect their vast assets. In modern times, however, prenups are a valuable tool for most couples, regardless of their wealth and regardless of their circumstances. … Read More »

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Reasons to Modify Child Custody

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Child custody orders are meant to be the final word on the matter. To modify a child custody or visitation arrangement, assuming both parents do not agree to the change, the party seeking a change must ask the family court for a modification. Courts do not want to revisit child custody simply because one… Read More »

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What’s the Next Step if Divorce Mediation Doesn’t Work?

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Mediation can be an excellent way to resolve a divorce without resorting to lengthy court battles. The mediation process can be more streamlined, less expensive, and less contentious, resulting in a settlement agreeable to both sides. Unfortunately, divorces are complicated and often emotionally-charged, and even if you enter with the best of intentions, mediation… Read More »

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Collaborative Divorce: What are the Pros & Cons in CA?

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Divorces can be contentious, difficult, and drawn-out proceedings. If the parties cannot come to agreement on the terms, they may end up in a lengthy court case that can even go to trial when necessary. If the parties are able to set aside their differences and negotiate a settlement outside of court, however, they… Read More »

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Filing Taxes After Divorce in California? Here’s What You Need to Know

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Going through a divorce can leave you in a state of financial uncertainty. You may owe or be owed alimony or child support, as well as marital assets like a home, stocks, or part of a retirement plan. Additionally, your income filing status has suddenly changed. Your California divorce lawyer can help you understand… Read More »

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Can a Parent With Joint Custody Take a Child Out of California?

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Divorce can sometimes be, unfortunately, the gift that keeps on giving. Custody and child support arrangements cannot always predict life changes that happen years after a divorce is finalized. If you get a job offer in a different state and want to move your child with you, can you do so? Read on for… Read More »

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The Pros and Cons of Filing For Divorce First

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Once you realize your marriage is well and truly on the rocks, you may have reached the point of determining whether divorce is your best option. If you decide that a divorce is on the horizon, you may wonder whether it is best to be the first to file, to help ensure that you… Read More »

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Southern California Woman Seeks Back Child Support almost 50 Years after Divorce—and Gets It

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Decades after her divorce was finalized, a California mother sought the child support she had expected but never received—and she got it. Learn more about the case below, and contact a Southern California child support attorney with any questions about back child support. After First Check Bounces, Father Makes No Further Attempts at Paying… Read More »

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Apps Could Ease Challenges of Co-Parenting

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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

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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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