Posts Tagged ‘marriage’

Spousal Support: From Missed Payments to Changing an Order

Picture this: You and your spouse are going through divorce, but you aren’t sure how you’re going to financially support yourself when the divorce is finished. Because of this, the court will order something known as spousal support (or alimony), which orders the other partner to pay a certain amount of support each month. We… Continue reading →

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Should I Keep the House When Going Through a Divorce?

When you are going through divorce, the one thing you probably yearn for is stability in your life. This is why, when many people are faced with the difficult decision of keeping their house, they are unsure of which direction to turn. There are some important decisions for you to consider when you are going… Continue reading →

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Remarriage and How Your Custody Case Could be Affected

In most cases, a spouse can get remarried without any other issues calling a new order into question. However, sometimes the new relationship affects the child or their relationship with the other parent based on various factors. In these cases, custody could be affected and you could end up back in court making a new… Continue reading →

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Annulments: Why Are They so Rare? Are They for me?

To understand why annulments are so rare in today’s times, you must understand the difference between an annulment and a divorce. Divorce is the process that officially terminates a previously valid marriage, while an annulment says that a marriage was never valid to begin with. This can happen for many reasons, including: Somebody not being… Continue reading →

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How do You Divide Property and Debt During a Divorce?

How do you determine how property and debt is divided during and after your divorce has been finalized? What happens in regards to your marital home? Unfortunately, it is not easy to see the answers to these seemingly simple questions when you first enter into the divorce process. This is why it is always a… Continue reading →

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Paternity: Everything You Need to Know in California

You may have some questions about the establishment of paternity and we can help. We believe that establishing paternity can be extremely useful to you in your family law case, and a big step for you and your child. This is why it is important to talk to us as soon as possible to find… Continue reading →

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Annulments: FAQ on Your Options Regarding Separations

If you are considering a divorce, you may want to know that there are more options standing between you and the results you wish to see. Did you know that you might be able to go through an annulment or a separation? First, you will want to weigh your options and determine which best fits… Continue reading →

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Temporary Alimony: Considerations and How Long it Lasts

Sometimes, alimony is permanent, especially in cases where one spouse is dealing with physical problems and can’t go back to work. However, temporary alimony is a bit different, and is received while litigation is pending. While the divorce is being finalized, the spouse receiving alimony is provided continued support by the dependent spouse. The court… Continue reading →

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If You Have Life Insurance and You Are Going Through Divorce

When you are going through a divorce, it is important to look at many aspects of your case, as changes may need to be made. For instance: your finances may change, your custody matters will be decided, and you will have to ensure that you put things in your name. But what happens to extremely… Continue reading →

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What Are All the Different Aspects Prenuptial Agreements Cover?

What is a prenuptial agreement? It is a contract that you and your fiancé sign as a way to communicate specific needs, protect your assets, and ensure that your children receive an inheritance if something happens to you or your spouse. They are very broad as they cover many different topics that could be essential… Continue reading →

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