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The Reasons and Consequences Regarding Hiding Assets

When you are going through a divorce, you expect your spouse to be fair and they expect you to do the same. But what happens if one spouse decides to battle unfairly and hides assets? This can result in penalties and a negative divorce that you may have never expected. Reasons for Hiding Assets Let’s… Continue reading →

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Division of Assets When You Are an Older Divorcing Couple

When you think of divorce, you probably picture a younger couple. However, this is not always the case, as sometimes older couples receive divorces as well. In fact, according to the Bowling Green State University, divorce rates for individuals 50 and older doubled between 1990 and 2010. A lot of these divorces happen to couples… Continue reading →

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Coparenting: How to Share Parenting Expenses After Divorce

Sometimes, coparenting can lessen stress. Other times, it could add to it when you are at a crossroads with your ex and aren’t sure where to turn. One of the things that many couples, especially divorcing or divorced couples fight about, are issues involving money. Many parents may struggle at first to understand how they… Continue reading →

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Does Remarrying Affect Your Chances for Alimony in California?

As you probably already know, alimony is a type of financial support that may be offered to you during a divorce. Usually you will only be paid alimony by your ex-spouse for a short period of time or until other events take place. Courts will usually only order alimony to provide assistance to a spouse… Continue reading →

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Filing for Bankruptcy and Divorce: Which Comes First?

Let’s say that you are in a position where you are ready to file for divorce and the other spouse is not paying for your mortgage, so you are left to settle matters on your own. You may wonder if you should file bankruptcy first or if divorce is the best option. To put things… Continue reading →

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Things You Should Never Do During Your Divorce

When you are in the midst of divorce, there are some things that you should never do, that could ultimately sabotage your divorce. You may not only deal with these issues on an emotional level but also a financial level. This is why you should always keep these tips in mind and call us for… Continue reading →

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How is Child Support Determined in California?

If you are part of a child support petition, you may wonder what will affect the amount of child support that you must pay or how much you should expect as the receiving parent. California child support is determined under California Family Code Section 4050 in any situation involving support, such as dissolutions, paternity, and… Continue reading →

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Imputation of Income in Support Cases

If you are involved in a child support case after a divorce, you may have questions about a process known as “imputation of income.” Imputing income is actually a very simple process that involves the court treating a parent’s income as if it is more than what the parent is earning. For example, take a… Continue reading →

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