Every divorce is different, which means everyone experiences different outcomes. If you are entering into the divorce process, you may have heard rumors from others close to you or on the Internet regarding divorce. Today we want to take a closer look at some of the myths of divorce to shed some light on the truth…. Continue reading →
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Is Divorce Always Financially Fair to Both Spouses?
When you are going through a divorce and trying to decide who gets what, this is where some of the biggest issues come into play. Dividing assets is a complicated process that goes smoothly when you and your ex-spouse can work together. Judges will urge you to work together because, until a final order is… Continue reading →
Can You Reach a Divorce Settlement That is Fair to Everyone?
Not everybody will like what their spouse is offering in divorce. You’re sitting in a room together negotiating settlement with both attorneys present and he’s asking for half the time with the children, half the assets, the family house you shared together… it’s all a lot, which is where we come in to help you… Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
Preliminary Financial DIscloser
The California divorce process requires the couple to prepare and exchange preliminary financial disclosures regarding incomes, expenses, property (both marital and separate) and all debts and obligations with each other. Without them, the judge will not grant the divorce. Not filling them out or filling them out incorrectly can cause problems for both parties. A… Continue reading →
My forever is over!
When you said, “I do”, you thought it would be forever. For whatever reason, you marriage is over and it’s time to file for divorce. Filing divorce papers is the first step in the divorce process. This can be an emotional process. In addition, the requirements of the divorce court can add stress and uncertainty…. Continue reading →