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Now That the Divorce is Finalized, Are There Things I Need to Do?

Make sure your bank accounts and credit cards are secure. Your best bet is to close any…

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​Can I “Move Away” After My Divorce is Finalized in California?

There are many cases where after a divorce, one of the spouses wants to move away with…

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Supervised Visitation in California

Courts Will Always Consider the Safety and Comfort of the Child The policy of the State of…

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What is a Request for Order Hearing in California?

Similar to Order to Show Cause or Notice of Motion In California, one spouse may seek a…

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What is the Difference Between Marriage and Domestic Partnership in California

What is a domestic partnership? In California, a registered domestic partnership allows a couple to receive the…

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What does “No-Fault” mean in terms of Divorce in California?

California was the first state in the United States to pass a law that allowed for a…

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Difference Between Guardianship and Adoption in California

Parent or Guardian When it comes to a child, you hear this phrase quite often: “parent or…

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As a Victim of Domestic Violence in California, I want a Divorce. What Should I Do?

IMPORTANT NOTE Please note that websites you visit may be viewed by someone else later. Always clear…

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The Impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 on Divorce

How will the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Impact Divorce Agreements? The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act…

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What Does it Mean to Have a Fiduciary Responsibility to Your Spouse?

What is a Fiduciary? A fiduciary relationship is defined as: “where one person places complete confidence in…

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