Some couples who choose to remain unmarried wonder about property rights, particularly if they have lived together for several years. In the state of California, the courts don’t recognize any common marriage law. Cohabitation does, however, present some interesting property … ContinuedRead More
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Divorce is an emotionally charged time for any couple. When you decided to get married, your relationship was built on a foundation of mutual respect and admiration. Now that you’re facing a separation, those feelings may have faded or been … ContinuedRead More
Child support helps divorced parents cover financial demands associated with their children’s health, education, and quality of life. While the system is set up to ensure assets and costs associated with a divorce are fairly split between a separated couple, … ContinuedRead More
Divorce isn’t just a choice of the heart; it’s a tough financial decision that can impact your credit and finances for years. Thus, it’s important to weigh your options before agreeing to a divorce property settlement. Many times, emotional aspects … ContinuedRead More
An adversary proceeding is a part of the bankruptcy process in which opposing parties go before a judge to explain their points of view and receive a ruling on the issues they present. In this regard, it is very similar … ContinuedRead More