Do I Have to Disclose ALL My Assets in a Divorce in Los Angeles?

Nikoo Berenji, Mar 01, 2022

Yes, you have a duty under California law to disclose all assets, income, property, and debts during a divorce action. The full disclosure of assets is a necessary step in the property division process. Concealing assets or intentionally failing to disclose assets during a divorce in Los Angeles could result in criminal charges and civil […]

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Fascinating Remarriage Statistics 2022 Update

Hossein Berenji, Feb 23, 2022

In 2020, there were over 62 million married couples in the U.S. However, statistics continue to show that roughly half of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. Plenty of divorced people find love again and try for a second marriage. Here are some fascinating new statistics about remarriage heading into 2022. Remarriage Is […]

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What is a Confidential Marriage in California and Does it Have any Significance in the Event of Legal Separation or Divorce?

Hossein Berenji, Jan 27, 2022

A confidential marriage license is legally binding, just like a public marriage license. The individuals are married and must go through the divorce process to end the marriage. The difference between a confidential marriage license and a public marriage license is that the former are not a matter of public record. Copies of public marriage […]

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California Divorce Lawyer – How to Hire One

Hossein Berenji, Jan 24, 2022

When you’re going through a divorce in California, one of the first and most important decisions you have to make is choosing a divorce attorney. Selecting an experienced and knowledgeable attorney can make a huge difference in your marital settlement agreement. It can help you reach favorable resolutions on issues like property division, child custody, […]

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Who is the Affiant When Signing an Affidavit? Is it a Witness to the Signatures, or Person at Office You are Submitting To

Hossein Berenji, Jan 20, 2022

An affidavit is a document someone signs to swear to the truth of facts stated in the document. You might sign an affidavit if you are involved in a legal proceeding. Or, you may ask others to sign affidavits if you need them to support your claims. For example, perhaps you’re involved in a child […]

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