When you get divorced in California, you and your ex-spouse must divide all of the property, income, and assets that you acquired during your marriage. If your case goes to court, a judge will automatically apply California’s property division law … ContinuedRead More
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Divorce can be a messy process. The reason most couples in California get divorced is that they no longer get along – so it is no surprise that couples often fight about the terms of the divorce itself. If you … ContinuedRead More
A divorce case in California involves a lot of complex paperwork, including financial disclosure forms. Under California Law, all spouses have a duty to make a full disclosure of all assets, property, income and debts during a divorce. This is … ContinuedRead More
Getting a divorce in California will lead to many financial questions, including, “What parent pays for a child’s health insurance?” While both parents will still share the legal responsibility to care for a child, it can be difficult to understand … ContinuedRead More
Digital assets have become more and more common in California divorce cases over the last several years. In the age of advanced digital technology, digital assets are often included as part of a couple’s community property. If you or your … ContinuedRead More