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How to Get a Divorce with Civility

You never intend to separate and get a divorce when you get married, but it happens at an alarmingly high rate. Many divorces are peaceful, and ex-spouses remain friends for life. However, as most people know, many divorces are very ugly, messy, ridden with conflict, domestic violence, false allegations, time-consuming, […]

Who Pays Child’s Health Insurance in a Divorce?

California requires divorced parents to provide financial support for their children, including healthcare coverage for their dependent kids. There are numerous ways California family law courts decide which parent is responsible for providing healthcare insurance for their children. Further, the court must also determine how to fairly split out-of-pocket costs, […]

Can I Keep Living at Home While My Divorce is Pending?

Now that you have decided to file for a divorce, many important decisions must be made. One of the first is whether you should move out of the marital home during divorce, which is not always clear-cut and easy to decide. While you may want to put some distance between […]

Can Domestic Violence Impact Spousal Support?

Domestic violence in a marriage often plays a significant role in why a couple gets divorced. In many cases, the abusive spouse was arrested and a restraining order was issued against them that prohibited contact with their victim spouse. A common question our family lawyers receive in the category of […]

Steps to Financially Prepare for a Divorce

One of the primary factors considered when someone has made the decision to get a divorce revolves around financial security, which includes the crucial issues of child support, spousal support (alimony), division of property, assets, and debts. Getting a divorce in California is typically expensive and can take many months […]

How to Emotionally Prepare for a Divorce

Getting a divorce is rarely easy and one of the most difficult parts of coming to terms with the pending divorce is often just managing the painful emotions and preparing yourself mentally for what’s ahead. This emotional rollercoaster is even worse when there are children involved that will be […]

What Are Change in Circumstance Modifications?

In the state of California, a common type of post-judgment modification occurs when an ex-spouse wants to change a court order after the final divorce judgment regarding child custody, child support, visitation, and spousal support (alimony). It’s important to note that in order for a court to change an […]

Understanding Spousal Support Awards in California

Spousal support, which is also called alimony, is a court ordered requirement that one spouse pay the other a certain amount of money each month. Spousal support can only be awarded by a California family court after a spouse files a civil claim in court. Clearly, most spousal support awards […]

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