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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If you’re considering a divorce, you’ve probably already put some thought into how it will affect you financially. Perhaps you’re even toying with the idea of ferreting money away from your spouse, so you’ll have a nest egg when the … ContinuedRead More
Divorce can be complicated – but when a business is involved, it is practically guaranteed. You may be working with your ex for the company’s foreseeable future, or you could be fighting through a preliminary hearing and costly litigation to … 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