There can be quite a bit of animosity and contention involved when going through a divorce. In these difficult situations, it can also be all but impossible for parties to trust each other.  This can complicate matters when attempting to resolve property division. California laws state that all property acquired during a marriage generally belongs…

https://www.senafamilylaw.com/blog/2018/01/crafting-a-prenuptial-agreement-that-protects-you-long-term.shtml No one in California enters a marriage thinking that it will eventually end in divorce. However, divorce is a possibility, and it is smart to protect your interests before you get married. This is possible with a prenuptial agreement. If you are engaged, you would be wise to consider how a prenuptial agreement could…

https://www.familylawrights.net/blog/what-are-my-rights-as-a-father/ Learn How to Get Your Father’s Rights! Father’s rights come up in a variety of situations, whether you are divorcing/divorced or were never married, you have rights to your children and you need to know what they are and how to fight for them. Obviously, hiring an attorney skilled in Father’s Rights is of…

http://delfinomadden.com/changes-in-california-law-regarding-date-of-separation In proceedings for dissolution of marriage in California, the date on which a married couple is deemed to have separated is legally significant.  Date of separation is the date on which each spouse’s “earnings and accumulations” are no longer considered community property and, from that point forward, are considered their separate property, as stated…

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