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Vocational Examination In Divorce Cases

In many California divorce cases, one spouse has a huge financial advantage over the other, especially when the marriage lasted longer than 10 years and one spouse was unemployed for the duration. In this type of situation, a request for spousal support will normally be granted by the court […]

How Should I Divorce a Narcissist?

A divorce is normally a difficult life-changing event for most couples. In additional to the cost of the divorce, there is the added pressure of making crucial settlement decisions with your spouse. When your spouse has psychological issues such as narcissism, then the divorce process becomes far more challenging.
If […]

Can Marijuana Use Affect Child Custody?

In January 2018, the use of recreational marijuana for adults (21 and older) in the state of California became legal. However, there are still significant limitations that are especially relevant to the crucial issues of child custody.
Even though recreational marijuana use is legal, it could still affect child custody.
When […]

Financial Issues to Consider During a Divorce

When a spouse is going through a divorce, they often not only worry about the impact on their children, but also a closely related issue of their financial situation. Much of the stress is a fear of not knowing what will happen once the divorce is final. A focus on […]

How Can I Defend a Child Custody Modification Request?

A child custody order in a California divorce is not permanent. Until your child turns 18-years old, either parent could submit a petition to the family law court to modify the prior custody award. This includes a situation where the current child custody award was negotiated during the divorce settlement […]

Bankruptcy and Divorce in California

Getting a divorce is typically an overwhelming life event, but deciding whether to file bankruptcy makes a difficult situation worse. There are many things you need to consider before pursuing debt relief. Unfortunately, filing for a bankruptcy after a divorce is not uncommon because one income can’t sustain two […]

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