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Month: November 2017

Grandparents Visitation Rights

Should you refinance your home after divorce?

Perhaps two of the most off-putting topics in the world are mortgages and divorce. Nobody particularly enjoys thinking about either one. Still, if you are going through a divorce and you are dealing with how to divide your home, these...

November 27, 2017
Family Law

Prepare for divorce with a property division checklist

Many people shy away from divorce because they are afraid of the various challenges they will face. They assume it's probably easiest to stay in their marriage, even if it means they are unhappy. You don't want to find yourself...

November 17, 2017
Family Law

Primary custody in California: A primer

In California, child custody is one of the single biggest issues that couples face in a divorce. Reaching a satisfactory arrangement regarding custody is rarely easy, particularly when one or both parents are fighting for primary custody of their children.To...

November 17, 2017
Expert Vitness in Divorce

Child support: Understanding the basics

Child support is a frequent component of many divorces. With nearly half of all marriages in the United States ending in divorce, and nearly one-fourth of all children born to parents who are unmarried, many parents will have to deal...

November 13, 2017
Grandparents Visitation Rights

Timing concerns in marriage and divorce

Among the big decisions that arise for couples that desire to one day tie the knot is how long to wait to get married. How much time couples spend dating before marrying can impact many things. Research suggests this could...

November 10, 2017
Family Law

Divorcing with teens: Addressing changes in daily life

Having a teenager in the home at the same time you decide to get a divorce has its challenges. Some teens understand and support their parents' decisions, while others begin to lash out or become depressed. As a parent, it's...

November 10, 2017
Family Law

How and why spouses try to hide community property

Hiding assets is not uncommon. It can be done for tax or privacy reasons, but it can also be used as a weapon in divorce. Hiding assets can complicate the process for awarding child support and dividing property, often with...

November 10, 2017