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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COVID-19, also called the coronavirus, has had a major impact on millions of families. It has also greatly affected family law. The family courts in California have had to drastically change the way they do things. Furthermore, the pandemic has … ContinuedRead More
California is a community property divorce state. During a divorce case in Los Angeles County, the courts will divide property down the middle – a 50/50 split. This does not necessarily mean according to what is fair, as is the … ContinuedRead More
Parental alienation can be a negative outcome of divorce if your ex-spouse uses his or her ill will toward you to affect your relationship with your child. Parental alienation refers to a child becoming estranged from one parent due to … 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