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Using An Appraiser to Value Real Property in A California Divorce

Whether you’re talking about the family home, a vacation property, or commercial real estate, determining the value of real property…

Financial Issues Facing Business Owners in Divorce in California

Divorce is much more complicated for business owners, particularly financially, than it is for others in California. After working hard…

Who Keeps the Golf Club Membership When You Divorce in California?

Divorce can tear your social life apart. Friends often feel that they have to take sides with one partner or…

Will I Have to Pay Alimony on Top Of Child Support In California?

Even in the best of circumstances, divorce creates financial challenges because you are splitting one household into two and doubling…

How Long Does Alimony Last In California?

Whether you are receiving alimony or paying it, those payments impact your financial situation in a big way. You need…

When Alimony Goes Unpaid In California, What Happens?

Whether you are paying alimony or receiving it, you should know what happens in California when the spouse who is…

How Do You Deal With Qualified Retirement Plans In A California Divorce?

Because of California’s community property laws, your retirement plan is also your spouse’s retirement plan. If your spouse has a…

Legal Separation In California—How Is It Different From Divorce?

Divorce ends a marriage no matter where you go, but legal separation is a concept that is different in every…

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