What is a Soul Centered Divorce?

by - January 25, 2014

What is a soul centered divorce? A soul centered divorce is one that is guided by your soul, beliefs, values, true self or inner wisdom. It is a divorce process where every decision you make is based on whatever is true for you. For example, if you are a minimalist and you value living over

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The beauty of prenuptial agreements

by - January 21, 2014

If you are getting legally married, I want you and your spouse to be happy and healthy together for the rest of your days. If for some reason this doesn’t happen and you get divorced, I want your divorce to be a healing, short and satisfactory process. Having a partnership or prenuptial agreement can help

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Your New Year’s Divorce Resolutions

by - January 8, 2014

It’s the New Year and I am certain, millions of people are ambitiously working towards achieving their New Year’s resolutions. They have carefully laid plans, set achievable goals, and identified steps that must be taken. Those wishing to lose weight probably have joined a gym, hired a personal trainer, scheduled exercise time, researched dietary choices,

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Calculating Guideline Child Support in California

by - December 31, 2013

Calculating guideline child support in California is, for the most part, a standardized procedure, but it can be difficult, drawn-out and a bit confusing. So, in an effort to simplify matters, I give you an overview of how guideline child support is technically, practically and logistically calculated in California divorces (and legal separations, dissolutions of domestic

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Child Support Enforcement

by - December 30, 2013

Every child is entitled to love and support from both able bodied parents, regardless of whether the parents are married or divorced. But this doesn’t always mean child support is paid and, or received. Sadly it isn’t unusual for parents to dodge their child support obligations for any number of reasons. A common reason supporting

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Preparing for a Child Custody Battle

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Child custody battles can be one of the hardest, most important fights you’ll have in your life. If you’ve exhausted all opportunities to negotiate an amicable custody agreement with your spouse and you are headed to court, it is time to prepare yourself. Going to court can be an intimidating, stressful, and scary proposition but

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