Dividing assets in a California divorce can be quite confusing even though the state follows a community property approach. This is particularly true if you have high value, complex property and asset portfolios.
Family law cases can be extremely stressful. However, what can be even more stressful is finding the right attorney for your case.
Stock holdings can be complex. However, things can become even more complicated when spouses who own stock in a company decide to get divorced.
Social media (from Facebook to Instagram) is great for sharing pictures and updating friends and family on recent events. While going through a family law dispute or divorce, however, this changes. You must be careful what you post and consider how a judge would view a photo or comment at trial.
Divorces can be devastating. However, if you are considering a divorce this time of year, you will not be alone. Attorneys often schedule more initial divorce consultations in January and February than other months of the year.
The decision to divorce is a difficult and personal one. Sometimes, that decision is quick, with both partners willing to let the marriage go to move on. Other times, however, each can see benefits in remaining married even if they are no longer living together.
Divorce is, in a word, hard. It is stressful, even if it is uncontested or isn’t very complicated. There are myriad emotional, physical and financial ramifications to even the most basic divorce. This post will provide some coping strategies to help you get through this difficult time.
The Bay Area real estate market is very tight. Property here is notoriously expensive and very difficult to find. A couple might search for months or years to find the right second home or vacation getaway in the area. Even after locating a property, it’s still possible to spend tens – or even hundreds – of thousands of dollars remodeling and refurbishing it to make it your own.
Prenuptial agreements – perhaps better known as “prenups” – are becoming more common amongst today’s couples. There are several reasons why this generation of engaged couples (including the millennials and Gen Xers) are seeking prenups at a higher rate than past generations.
How does the way you approach marriage affect divorce? A revealing new study shows that the millennial generation – as well as those in “Generation X” – are getting divorced at lower rates than other demographics.