A “litigation hold letter” is a legal document that requires an individual or entity to preserve all documents, data, and information that may relate to a pending legal action that involves the person or company. Also called a “preservation order,” … ContinuedRead More
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For some couples, getting back together after a divorce is the last thing they would expect. For others, reconciliation occurs naturally, as they have lingering thoughts of one another or work through issues that previously stood in the way. Rebuilding … ContinuedRead More
Your first tax period after a divorce can be confusing. You cannot reference your previous tax return statement since your filing status (and likely your combined income level) has changed. A divorce will change your filing status depending on when … ContinuedRead More
Not everyone can file for divorce in California. To get a divorce in the state, you must first meet the residency requirements. These requirements are strict, and they mandate that you or your spouse must have lived in California for … ContinuedRead More
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