Blog Posts in 2015

Am I Responsible for My Spouse's Credit Card Debt in a Divorce?

As you prepare your divorce settlement with your spouse, one issue that may come up is the division of debt. Not only do you and your spouse have to divide up the property and assets that were ...
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Will the Court Split All Our Stuff 50 / 50 in Divorce?

In California divorce proceedings, some of the questions most frequently asked by our clients involve alimony and property division. California is a community property state, meaning that the court ...
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Published Article about Relocating with Children

Our article, To Relocate or Not to Relocate: What is the Standard? Where Do We Go from Here? ©, was published in the ACFLS Family Law specialist. In the article, we explore the ethics behind ...
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Our Attorneys Were Published by the ACFLS

We were recently published by the ACFLS Family Law Specialist, for our work on a research article: Clash in Public Policy: Rights of Privacy in Psychotherapeutic/Patient and Physician/Patient ...
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How Is Child Support Determined?

While the first concern of most parents is the well-being of their children, they are also often rightfully concerned about the amount of money that may be required for child support payments. In ...
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Will My Spouse Get Half of My Business If We Divorce?

When you own a business, the idea of divorce can be downright terrifying. You may be asking yourself, “Is my spouse entitled to half of my business?” Before you start to panic, you should ...
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How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim?

Overview of California’s Statute of Limitations If you were injured by someone else’s negligent actions, you may have grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit. This would allow you to ...
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Understanding California's Dog Bite Laws

Who is liable for my dog bite injuries? When it comes to dog bites and animal attacks, California is a strict liability state. This means that a dog owner is strictly liable for the actions of their ...
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What are the Advantages of Establishing Paternity?

If you have a child with your spouse, meaning that you are legally married, there is usually no question about parentage. In this case, the law assumes that the husband is the father. When two parents ...
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Community Property vs. Separate Property in CA Divorce

As a community property state, California orders that everything a husband and wife own be split equally between themselves in the event of a divorce. In comparison, other states may direct property ...
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What To Do After a Car Accident

When you are involved in a car accident, it can be completely life-shaking. In the frenzy following an accident, it is important to stay calm and follow various steps to protect yourself. First and ...
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How Do I Link a Birth Injury to Medical Negligence?

Unfortunately, any number of things can go wrong during the birthing process. Complications are not uncommon, but when handled correctly, both the baby and the mother are generally unaffected. When ...
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How Should We Divide Our Property?

Advice From a Dedicated, Passionate Lawyer One of the most complicated aspects of a divorce is determining how to fairly and equally divide your assets and debts. The property division process can ...
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How to Prove Fault in a Car Accident

Steps to Holding Negligent Parties Accountable If you sustained an injury in a car accident caused by the negligent or reckless actions of another driver, you should not have to suffer the financial ...
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Do's and Don'ts of a Divorce

Tips for Conducting Yourself in Divorce Proceedings Going through a divorce can be an extremely emotional and frustrating process for you and your family. It is easy to let your emotions, your fears, ...
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