There’s simply not enough time to go through the lengthy, drawn-out process of a trial and be officially divorced by the end of the year. So what’s your best option to hit your target date? Mediation.
Revelations during COVID, lack of communication, and/or splitting interests can create a fork in the road of marriage. Fact of the matter is, good people divorce and, sometimes, it might not always be a bad thing.
Let’s explore California’s Family Code 2605, which gives judges the power in divorce cases to determine who gets the pets based on what’s in your “best friend’s” best interest.
Divorce can be a powerful first step to an exciting new chapter in your life. Let’s take a look at 3 major areas that you should focus on including money, dating, and legal matters.
Let’s uncover how the date of separation in California has a major impact on your divorce case which factors in how the courts decide to divide up your property, calculate spousal support, and other matters during a divorce.
These unprecedented times have placed you in unfamiliar territory as a divorced parent. This article details how to overcome co-parenting obstacles that may persist—not only in 2020 or 2021—but for the foreseeable future.
You’ve decided to take action in your marriage because it isn’t working out as you’d hoped. Ultimately, you have two legal recourses: legal separation or divorce. Let’s take a look at other key differences between the two options.
Done cordially, divorce can be a stepping stone to achieving your personal goals while minimizing collateral damage. Not only can your divorce be peaceful, it can be successful! Learn five fundamental principles which directly contribute to an amicable separation.
If you have chosen or are considering mediation, we’ve answered some questions our clients commonly ask to help you with your decision.
We’re here to set the record straight and give you a clear understanding of divorce consulting: what it is, what it’s not, when to use it and our unique approach to it.