An Overview of California Divorce Law The divorce process in the Golden State is relatively straightforward, but divorce settlements often involve complicated legal and factual issues. A better understanding of California Divorce Law and these issues helps the process go more smoothly. Procedurally, California judges grant nearly all divorces based on irreconcilable differences, so once […]
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The Challenges of The Premarital Agreement
With what some sources are calling her “smear campaign” against her estranged husband appearing to fail, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt might be willing to work together on a joint custody agreement covering their six children. Shortly after filing for divorce in September 2016, Jolie accused Pitt of a variety of sins, from abusive behavior […]
The divorce has left Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie ready for a child custody battle, as well as property division. Here’s a brief overview.
What custody and visitation rights in California do grandparents have? Courts typically determine whether visitation is in the children’s best interests.
Are you seeking modification of family law orders? Since courts prefer to not disrupt the child’s schedule or expected support, it can be complicated.
In the typical separation or divorce scenario, one spouse will be awarded spousal support payments. There are two types of spousal support payment obligations here in California: long-term and short-term. These spousal support payment obligations are aimed at providing the payee spouse the same or similar lifestyle he or she enjoyed during the marriage. Please note […]
Los Angeles courts and California as a whole provide a number of ways to legally change your name when seeking a name change. Here’s what you should know.
When it comes to martial agreements in California, having something in place can help you protect your assets during a divorce.
Last year, the military divorce rate dropped to the lowest it has been since 2005. The divorce rate for officers and other members of the military was only 3.1%. This figure includes both enlisted men and women. In context, the rate of divorce for the general public is 3.6 per 1000 people. While the divorce […]