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What Happens to My Business in a Divorce?

In California, any business created during the marriage will be considered community property. This means that when assets are divided during the divorce process, the other spouse is legally entitled to half of the value of the business. How spouses treat the business could impact their support obligations and their […]

Why Should You Settle Out-of-Court with Spouse in a Divorce?

When you decide to divorce in California, negotiation is unavoidable and a part of the divorce process. Negotiating the terms of a divorce with your spouse is challenging even if you are still on friendly peaceful terms, but much more complex, seemingly impossible, when you can’t stand to even […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Moving to a Different State After Getting Divorced

Getting your final divorce decree in California often signals the end to a difficult time in your life, but a much need emotional relief. The divorce process can cause a lot of major changes in your life, especially when children are involved.
It can be a difficult moment for some […]

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