Complex Property Division

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Is Your Soon-to-be-Ex Hiding Assets?

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Divorce happens for many reasons. If betrayal, infidelity, or lying played a part then you might have a hard time believing your ex in any regard. If this is the case, then you might want to look into your spouse is also hiding any assets. Is Your Soon-to-be-Ex Hiding Assets? If you

Have You Planned for Your Divorce?

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You’ve heard of wedding planning but what about divorce planning? Just like any wedding, divorces can have multiple things that need to be taken care of before being finalized. Have You Planned for Your Divorce? Like a wedding, a divorce is not so straightforward. It’s not just a “sign the papers and you’re done”

The Family Dog During Divorce

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For many families, the family dog or cat is more than just a dog or cat, he or she is a member of the family. But what happens when you or your spouse decide to divorce? What happens to Rover? What Happens to the Family Dog During Divorce? While the

Find Out How Your Marital Assets May be Divided in a Los Angeles Divorce

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For many Los Angeles couples, deciding to file for divorce or legal separation is the most difficult decision they’ve ever had to make. Unfortunately, it probably won’t be their last. There are a number of important matters that must be decided on during the divorce process, including child custody and spousal support, and for

Why It May Be a Bad Idea to Buy a House with Someone You’re Not Married To

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Figuring out how to fairly divide community assets and debts when a married couple files for divorce in California is difficult enough, but with millennial couples and other unmarried couples now buying homes and investing in property together, this area of the law is fraught with a whole new set of challenges. There are