An invalid marriage is one that the state will not or may not recognize as a legal union. California considers certain unions void and others voidable, which can change property ownership situations and financial/future planning for individuals and couples. If … ContinuedRead More
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During divorce proceedings, former spouses must determine how they will divide assets, which often includes the family home. In most cases, spouses either sell the home and split the proceeds or one spouse may buy out the other and retain … ContinuedRead More
The decision to get a divorce isn’t one you take lightly. Knowing when a divorce is really the best option for you and your family is difficult and takes due consideration. These eight signs that it’s time to divorce may … ContinuedRead More
Getting an annulment is a serious decision. It does not have the same effects as a divorce, since an annulment is the virtual wiping away of a marriage from history. After an annulment, it is as if the marriage never … ContinuedRead More
Most couples don’t think about prenuptial agreements when getting married. With all the excitement and happiness surrounding a marriage, it may seem strange to consider how your money will be divided in a divorce. But what happens if you or … ContinuedRead More