A California divorce case is complicated enough without one parent needing to move away. If you do need to move a child to a new city, state or country after a divorce, such as due to job relocation, it is … ContinuedRead More
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Leading up to a divorce, your spouse may say or do things you believe will be relevant during your case. You might think that recording conversations between you and your spouse without his or her knowledge is the best way … ContinuedRead More
The COVID-19/coronavirus vaccine is here and already available to many people in the US. As the vaccination continues to roll out, it will become more widely available – including to children. If you and your ex-spouse share a child, you … ContinuedRead More
In California, one of the most powerful tools for protecting a spouse’s assets in a divorce is a prenuptial agreement. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are legally binding documents that can prevent a judge from having jurisdiction over how a couple … ContinuedRead More
If you get divorced as someone with a 401(k) or retirement pension in California, you may be at risk of sharing the money you earned with your ex-spouse. California is a community property state, meaning the divorce courts divide all … ContinuedRead More