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Do We Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

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Short answer: It’s not a bad idea. Prenups have a bad rep, but they’re actually really useful. Lots of people resist the idea of discussing or signing a prenup, because they think signing one means they plan to divorce, or don’t trust their partner. In many cases, prenuptial agreements can mak

Determining a Child Custody Arrangement

Negotiating agreements for child custody can be the most stressful and challenging part of a separation. Not only must you deal with your own feelings about the change in your relationship, you must also consider your children’s needs, and the role your co-parent will continue to play in their liv

Business Valuation In A Divorce

Determining A Businesses Value In Divorce When a marriage dissolves in California, each party has a right to his/her one-half of marital property, as well as an obligation to marital debt. One area of potential dispute is how to determine the value of a business during divorce, including assessing

California Community Property Laws

Division Of Marital Assets When a marriage or domestic partnership breaks down, it can be draining emotionally, psychologically, and financially. One of the more complex, but critical, phases of a divorce is the division of marital assets. In a financially competitive environment such as Southern Ca

California Legal Separation Laws

Legal Separation For some, divorce is not the best option for ending the marital relationship. An alternative to divorce is petitioning the Court and obtaining a judgment for legal separation. Spouses may seek a legal separation for a variety of reasons including: religious beliefs, residency requir
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