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What’s the Difference Between Dissolution and Divorce in CA

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Many of our family law clients in California have questions about the various terms used to describe the termination of marriage: divorce, dissolution of marriage, summary dissolution, annulment. Each of these terms refers to the end of a marriage, but how are they different? Read on to find out what these terms mean, and… Read More »

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Benefits of Legal Separation

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In California, married parties whose relationship is deteriorating have the option of pursuing a middle ground between staying together and ending the marriage in divorce. Parties can enter into a legal separation, which results in the parties living separately but remaining legally married. The parties can implement a legal separation agreement and have a… Read More »

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Consequences of Hiding Assets in Divorce

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When you go through a divorce, you lose a measure of privacy. Your finances become a matter of disclosure to the court, informing decisions and settlements concerning the division of property, spousal support, child support, insurance policies, and other issues. For the system to work properly, parties to a divorce must disclose all of… Read More »

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What to Include in a Prenuptial Agreement

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Prenuptial agreements are no longer exclusively for the rich and the famous, if they ever were. Signing a prenup may be a wise decision for most families, and they are becoming increasingly common across groups from all walks of life. If you are getting married and are interested in signing a prenup with your… Read More »


How to End Spousal Support in California

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Spousal support, also called alimony, is a common part of divorce in California. The wealthier spouse, especially in circumstances in which the marriage involved only one income earner, is likely to owe monthly spousal support to the less wealthy spouse for some time after the divorce is finalized. For many divorced parties, owing spousal… Read More »

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What Are the Different Types of Child Custody?

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Anyone facing a divorce involving children can expect that custody and visitation determinations are likely to become a significant topic of discussion, negotiation, and where the parties cannot agree, disputes to be resolved by the court. California’s Family Code provides guidance on the specific types of custody arrangements available in a divorce or other… Read More »

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Getting Temporary Orders During Your Divorce Proceeding

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Once a divorce is filed, there are still many legal steps to take before the process is finalized. Most divorces take at least six months to complete. In the meantime, the parties may have issues concerning shared finances, property division, and child custody that require immediate attention. If the parties cannot agree on how… Read More »

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Effective April 15, 2020, the Family Law Division of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County will implement the use of Resource Account email addresses while the Court is closed, except for essential functions. A Resource Account permits parties in a family law proceeding to file emergency (“ex parte”) applications and oppositions by email… Read More »

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How Are Business Assets Divided in Divorce

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Divorces can require complex financial analysis, especially when a divorce involves high net-worth individuals or complicated assets such as business ownership. How should the parties or court divide a business that is owned partially or entirely by one or both spouses? Read on to learn about the division of business assets in a divorce,… Read More »

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How to Win Your Child Custody Case

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Child custody is often one of the most difficult, hotly contested, and emotionally charged parts of the divorce process. If you and your spouse or co-parent cannot agree on custody, the final determination will be left to the judgment of the California family court. The court’s sole concern will be the best interests of… Read More »

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