A divorce case in California comes with many complicated tasks and processes. One such task is the preliminary financial disclosure. This is a mandatory filing requirement for divorcing couples in the state of California. The preliminary financial disclosure is a … ContinuedRead More
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A divorce can be messy – especially when one spouse does things to intentionally make the process more difficult, such as selling the family home without your permission. If in the middle of your divorce case your spouse sells the … ContinuedRead More
Child custody is often the most important part of a divorce case. In California, two parents can create child custody and parental responsibility plans on their own without court intervention. If the parents cannot agree on the terms of custody, … ContinuedRead More
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
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