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Don’t just close your bank account when you file for divorce

When many people file for divorce, one of the first things they think of is closing down their bank account. They may have a joint…

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What happens when you’re not truthful about your finances?

Financial infidelity is a serious problem in relationships and can end up leading to divorce. Then, during a divorce, that infidelity may lead to issues…

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3 reasons you may want a pre-marital or postnuptial agreement

You and your spouse have many details to consider when preparing for marriage, from where you will live to what your family will look like.…

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Staying on top of financial issues in a divorce

When people in California get a divorce, there are several financial steps they should take to protect themselves. Spouses who have not been involved in…

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Can child support be modified if a parent moves of out state?

For some California residents, life after a split can mean big changes that might include a move out of state. However, when children and child…

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Child support varies case to case, state to state

The specifics of child support arrangements in California vary widely based on the facts of the case, and the amounts of payments also differ from…

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Setting the record straight on non-custodial parent myths

A non-custodial California parent is someone who does not have physical custody of their children. Under some circumstances, however, a non-custodial parent still has legal…

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Financial assets and the odds of divorce

Financial problems are a common reason that many couples in California end up filing for divorce. A statistic that may surprise many people is that…

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Gender-neutral spousal support laws surprise female breadwinners

When there’s an income disparity among a married California couple, a divorce could lead to an alimony settlement. Although spousal support originally arose during a…

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Misunderstandings can influence child custody decisions

Family law judges in California and around the country base their child custody decisions on what they consider to be in the best interests of…

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