In cases of divorce, both sides have substantial rights and protections under California law. However, ways exist that those rights and protections can be forfeited or at least lessened by the actions of one or both parties. Here, we discuss … ContinuedRead More
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Anyone who has gone through a divorce will tell you that it probably one of the most difficult times of their life and they just wanted to get it over with. However, the process often ends up dragging on longer … ContinuedRead More
When describing a couple who lives together without being married, people may use the term common law husband or wife. This refers to a centuries-old legal practice that started in Europe and still in use in some countries, as well … ContinuedRead More
One of the most important aspects of the divorce process is the division of assets. This may include property and cash, but what about more abstract sources of income, such as pensions and other retirement benefits? That can be a … ContinuedRead More
During a custody battle, the tensions between the former couple run high. There may be residual anger between them plus the natural desire to protect their children. During this time, we often see a situation called parental gatekeeping. Understanding what … ContinuedRead More