If you’ve chosen to divorce, should you file first? The short answer is: maybe, especially if your spouse lives in another state or can do potential harm.
Divorce can become emotionally and legally complex in California. This article gives you a straightforward path to a successful divorce in 9 steps.
Gray divorce (also known as a “silver splitter”) is a divorce between two older adults, typically in their 50s or older, whose marriage lasted for an average of 20 to 30 years.
Spousal support, also known as alimony, is a court-ordered payment one spouse makes to the other following a divorce.
You and your soon-to-be-ex need to be aware of the intricacies of the California laws regarding divorce to keep the procedure as simple, smooth, and cost-effective as possible.
The underlying reason for almost every divorce case is lack of communication. Yes, even in cases over money, it was the lack of conversations about money that led to the relationship’s demise.
Learn how getting a new attorney’s fresh pair of eyes and post-judgment specialization can help you get a smoother and swifter agreement for your matter.
It’s important to understand the difference between community property and separate property so that you get clarity heading into your marriage and have proper expectations in the event of an unexpected divorce.
Get a rundown on how your partner’s debt affects your personal liability with regards to prenups, postnups, and divorce.
If you can’t coexist as a married couple but still care for each other, your divorce can still be your greatest accomplishment together.
We reveal the downside of fighting fire with fire and show you how to take the high road in a potentially combative situation.