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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 […]

Termination of California Child Support

If you were ordered by a family law court judge to pay child support, or through a child support agreement, you have to make regular payments described under the terms. If there has been a significant change in circumstances, you could ask the court to modify the child support […]

Can I Make My Spouse Pay My Attorney Fees in a Divorce?

Contested divorces are usually the most expensive type of divorces. When couples argue about everything and cannot agree on alimony, child support, child custody, or who gets to keep the dog, each Los Angeles family law attorney will bill accordingly. Divorce often results in conflict, especially when deciding division of […]

Common Mistakes to Avoid in a California Divorce

Divorce is a big decision that will change the course of your life. Even if you and your spouse are on good terms about your divorce, there are mistakes you can make that could impact the rest of your life, or that could be of detriment to your children. The […]

Important Steps to Take Before Asking for a Divorce

If you are currently in a situation where you feel it’s time to ask your spouse for a divorce, it would be wise to take a moment to and evaluate your situation before officially letting your spouse know your decision. It’s crucial to make sure you are emotionally and […]

How to Recognize a Financially Abusive Spouse

No spouse should ever be subjected to any type of abuse in the marriage. While society often thinks of abuse in terms of physical signs, there are other types of abuse that may not be as obvious. One of them is financial abuse. It may not cause physical pain […]

Parental Alienation and Child Custody in California

Divorce and the circumstances leading up to it can cause a lot of animosity between parents. Even still, the court expects parents to cooperate and work together to co-parent when they are no longer married. Sometimes, usually for selfish reasons, one parent will try to turn the children away […]

Grandparents Visitation Rights in California

Grandparents are often a crucial part of the lives of their grandchildren, providing companionship, advice, and care, among other things. In a divorce situation or when one parent dies, sometimes grandparents are sadly shut out of the lives of their grandchildren. Grandparents often play many roles and children often look […]

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