Do I Have to Appear In Court For My Divorce?
California is a “no-fault” divorce state. Unless you and your spouse or partner need a judge to settle disagreements about child support, alimony, child custody, or division of property, you usually will not have to go to court in person to get a divorce in California. Here’s what you need to know. The Circumstances of […]More
Do I Have to Pay Child Support If I Share Custody 50/50?
Child custody and support issues in California’s Family Courts must always be made with the best interests of the child in mind. After a divorce, a child will live with a parent who has sole physical custody. In legalese, this dad or mom is called the “custodial” parent. Unless the other parent has a history […]More
How to Keep Your Kids During a Divorce
One of the most emotional parts of a divorce involves the custody of your children. While there was a time when the law favored mothers in a custody battle, the tendency for the courts today is to issue some form of joint custody. The courts have held that it is typically in the best interest […]More
7 Social Media Habits to Avoid During Your Divorce
For better or worse. In sickness and health. For richer or poorer, In good times and bad times. Social media is always there reminding everyone of both good and bad days. There are many advantages to social media. It offers a chronological glimpse of our lives and is a way to stay in contact with […]More
Are You More Likely to Get Divorced If You Go Into Debt Because of Your Wedding?
Many people would agree that, if ever there was a time to splurge, it would be on their dream wedding. The perfect dress, cake, caterers, and flowers can take months to find. Some couples even spend years planning their perfect day. But does the price of a costly wedding ultimately doom a couple’s marriage? Some […]More