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Month: November 2020

Managing credit cards during a split

Many California spouses incur credit card debt during marriage. However, if the time comes when the couple seeks a divorce, they will have to negotiate and figure out who is responsible for the debt. Community law in California Since California works under community...

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How can parental alienation impact you?

California parents should split the joys and troubles of parenthood even after a divorce. Unfortunately, this is not a perfect world and that is not always possible. In some cases, families may naturally drift apart. In others, a co-parent may attempt sabotage through...

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How staying at home has affected marriages

Over the past few months, California officials have issued, modified and loosened a stay at home order, due to the current health crisis. During this time, you and your spouse’s working arrangements have likely changed – whether temporarily or permanently. If you are...

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California Family Law And Litigation