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Feb 14, 2024

How Men and Women Think Differently About Divorce in California?

How Do Men And Women View Divorce Differently in California? From the outset, women are typically much more emotional about the divorce process and the initial breakup than men, although I’ve seen it both ways. Generally speaking, men are from…

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Feb 14, 2024

Division of Assets and Marital Property in A California Divorce

In California, the process is relatively straightforward; whatever was accumulated by the parties during the course of the marriage is presumed to be community property, including joint bank accounts, automobiles, real property that was acquired during the course of the…

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Feb 14, 2024

How Can Child Custody Battles Be Prevented in A California Divorce?

Child custody battles can be prevented if both parents are truly looking out for the best interest of their children; it’s important for the kids to be involved with mom and dad, and it does no one any good unless…

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Feb 14, 2024

How Does Divorce Mediation Differ From The Court Process in California?

In the divorce mediation process, typically, both parties and both divorce attorneys meet at a third party mediator’s office, where typically they are placed across the table from each other with the trained mediator, typically a retired judge or highly…

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Feb 14, 2024

Common Misconceptions About Divorce in California

Top Misconceptions People Have About The Divorce Process in California One of the biggest misconceptions many people seem to have is that once you start the divorce process, there is no way to stop it; they ask me if they…

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Feb 14, 2024

Challenging Aspects of A Divorce Case For An Attorney in California

What are the Challenging Aspects of A California Divorce Case For An Attorney It all depends on which stage of the process you get a client; if they just caught their significant other in bed with someone else the day…

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Jan 13, 2017

Timing Is Everything, Or Is It?

Christmas and the holidays come too soon every year. At present, it is still November, and the weather is finally chilling a bit. Nevertheless, Thanksgiving and Christmas are upon us and so are the stressors that go along with the…

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Jan 13, 2017

Take These Important Steps Before Announcing That You Want A Divorce

The New Year is upon us and many people like to make personal changes at the start of the year as part of their New Year’s resolutions. One personal change that is commonly made in the first months of the…

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Jan 13, 2017

Are You The Dad Or Not The Dad? Don’t Wait Too Long Before Getting Tested

The law in the State of California has certain limitations from a timing standpoint in which a prospective father in a non-marital relationship can challenge the paternity of a child. Generally speaking, a prospective father has 2 years from the…

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Jan 13, 2017

New Online Parenting After Separation Course

The Judicial Council of California’s website for families and children has a new, free online course available for parents going through separation or divorce. “Parenting After Separation” is a component of the Families Change website (www.familieschange.ca.gov) providing approximately three hours…

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