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Social Security Benefits After Divorce

Did you know you may still be able to receive social security benefits based on your former spouse’s earnings after your divorce? You need to have been married at least ten years (another reason why the

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INVESTMENT LOSES DURING MARRIAGE, IS THE MANAGING SPOUSE RESPONSIBLE?

  On a regular basis clients will inquire about an investment loss which occurs during the marriage and whether the spouse controlling that investment can be held liable and charged with the loss at

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HOW CHILD SUPPORT IS CALCULATED IN CALIFORNIA

  Those who have spent any time in a family law court have seen the judge busily tapping away on his computer before rendering an order for child support. Federal law requires that each state develop

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Co-Parenting After Divorce

  5 Things To Keep In Mind When Co-Parenting With Your Ex After Divorce Our focus is always the children. In any case where children are involved, this is the most important and often times the most

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SUPREME COURT’S SURPRISING DATE OF SEPARATION DECISION

The family law legal community is buzzing. The California Supreme Court issued a much anticipated ruling this week regarding date of separation in the case of IRMO Davis. The date of separation can have a

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PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS: They can be good for everyone.

The dress, the location, the florist, what else is there to do before the big day? If you are like many recent newlyweds, it’s the Prenuptial Agreement. With today’s couples delaying marriage much longer

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The Common Mistakes of Divorce

A lot of divorce cases start with hotly-contested issues; however, approximately 95% of divorce cases actually settle. The quicker that you and your ex-spouse can separate your feelings about the divorce from

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Advice for Successful Shared Parenting Arrangements After Divorce

As a parent going through a divorce, it will be virtually impossible for you to know when a particular subject might arise or what type of parenting issues will come up to disrupt the divorce process. However,

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Divorce: The Documentation Needed for an Investigation of Hidden Assets

In general, investigators who work on divorce cases or the lawyers who handle divorces will need certain documentation prior to starting an investigation into a person's hidden assets.  This documentation can

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Divorce: The Documentation Needed for an Investigation of Hidden Assets

In general, investigators who work on divorce cases or the lawyers who handle divorces will need certain documentation prior to starting an investigation into a person's hidden assets.  This documentation can

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