Summary Dissolution FAQs
Getting a divorce in California can be a complicated process. If the parties disagree on divorce terms, a divorce proceeding could take months or years to complete. Divorces involving disputes related to child custody, spousal support, property division, or child support can be complicated. However, many couples choose summary dissolution as a quick and easy […]More
Selling Your Wedding Ring After a Divorce in Los Angeles
The end of a marriage can bring many emotions. Once the marital settlement agreement is finalized, it can be emotionally cathartic and financially beneficial to sell your wedding ring. However, you may not have the first idea of where to begin or how to ensure you’re getting a fair price. Here’s what you should know […]More
Can I Get Divorced If I Can’t Find My Spouse?
Many times people feel stuck in a marriage. Some are not sure if they can move forward with a divorce when they have lost all contact with their spouse. Sometimes, they can’t find the spouse; sometimes, the spouse moves and won’t give their new address. Other times, they may simply be dodging the other spouse […]More
Do I Have to Disclose ALL My Assets in a Divorce in Los Angeles?
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 […]More
Fascinating Remarriage Statistics 2022 Update
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 […]More