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
After a divorce, custody battles often leave parents concerned for the wellbeing of children. The state of California will not modify an existing custody order or create a new one merely because of a parent’s wishes or opinions. To receive … ContinuedRead More
Substance abuse is a tragic and widespread issue in the United States, and drug and alcohol use plays a major role in many divorce cases. If you are headed for divorce and believe your spouse has a substance abuse problem, … ContinuedRead More
The court has an obligation to act in the best interests of the child involved in a divorce. In some situations, a parent may pose a significant risk to a child due to mental illness or psychological instability. If you … ContinuedRead More