How to weather storms in divorce

by - July 21, 2014

Spouses pillaging community assets, formerly disinterested parents vying for custody in an effort to reduce child support, destroying documents, filing motions filled with lies… There is no end to the number of storms you could be forced to weather in your divorce so finding techniques or processes to help you stay responsive but not reactive

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Is divorce just about the money?

by - July 9, 2014

The time has come to acknowledge that our present social and legal procedures for dealing with divorce are no longer adequate. – Governor Edmund G. Brown, Sr., 1966, explaining his support of no-fault divorce reform. California is a no-fault divorce state. This means that except in limited cases, the Judges do not want to know

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Tips for choosing a divorce lawyer

by - July 8, 2014

When it comes to choosing a divorce lawyer, how do you decide? Here are a few quick tips to help you determine which divorce lawyer to hire: You May Want To Avoid Lawyers Who: Are general practitioners and don’t specialize in family law. Have reputations for being aggressive and disliked by lawyers and judges. Have

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Is preparing for divorce evil or essential?

by - May 27, 2014

Divorce is a complicated process, both legally and emotionally, but thoughtful planning can make your transition from married to single life smoother. Even if your intent is to settle your divorce without going to court or relying on California’s laws, best laid plans sometimes go awry. So any precautionary measures taken at the outset of

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Who can you trust during divorce?

by - May 12, 2014

Your spouse may have betrayed you. Your spouse’s lawyer may be a really untrustworthy a**. And your brain may even be a traitor. So who can you possibly trust during your divorce? You. Only you know who you are, what you like and what you can’t live with or without. Even if you are working with

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