Monthly Archives - April 2020

How to Get Full Child Custody in California

As a parent, you want what’s best for your child. And in the middle of a child custody battle, having full custody of your child may feel like the best thing for your little one. However, the courts don’t always agree. Getting a divorce with children is always hard as […]

What if My Spouse Won’t Sign Divorce Papers?

When couples get divorced in movies and television shows, there’s often a moment in which one party finally signs a set of divorce papers, thus signaling the end of the relationship. While this can make for great storytelling, it’s not how real-life divorces work. Getting a divorce is often a […]

What is a Final Divorce Decree in California?

When you file for divorce, your ultimate goal is to receive your final decree of divorce. This document officially dissolves your marriage and spells out the terms of the divorce. Like a marriage license proves you were married, a divorce decree establishes that you are legally divorced. In the context […]

Transmutation Agreements in a California Divorce

Since California is a community property state, all property acquired by a spouse during the marriage is community property under Family Code 760.  This means if you are are married and living in California, any property acquired during marriage is considered half property of each spouse, including income, a […]

Keeping a California Divorce Out of the Family Business

Divorce is stressful enough on its own. Throw in a family business, and you might have a recipe for disaster. If you are a business owner in California and are now facing a divorce, you are probably seeking answers about how it can jeopardize your business. In a divorce where […]

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