18 July 2013 0 Comments

Scared of Being a Single Parent?

ShareAre you a single parent? Do you feel overwhelmed, tired all the time and a tad underappreciated? If you answered, “yes”, not to worry – you’re not alone. Parenting, especially without a partner, is never easy. There is no training or instruction manual to buy. A single parent has no one to share the joys […]

24 May 2013 0 Comments

Will a prenuptial agreement ruin my wedding plans?

ShareSo, you want to ask for a prenup? While the beginning of a marriage is an exciting time, the commitment to marriage can affect your rights and your financial well-being.  It is important for both parties to understand the potential financial risks that they may face in their marriage. Once you mention the word, “prenup”, […]

23 May 2013 0 Comments

High Asset Divorce – Riverside

Share When you decide to get a divorce, you are facing the most complex, emotional and highly-contested legal disputes heard in a courtroom. When either spouse has accumulated significant assets, it is important to hire an experienced Riverside Family Law attorney for your complex financial divorce. When either spouse has a high net worth, it […]

17 May 2013 0 Comments


ShareThe day two people stand up in front of their family and friends and say the words, “I do”, they believe their marriage is forever.  No one plans on it ending in divorce. A divorce is the legal term used for the termination of a marriage.  Going through a divorce is not only stressful, hectic […]

9 May 2013 0 Comments

The Disadvantages of a Do-it-Yourself Divorce

ShareToday, so many television networks are dedicated to DIY projects – or Do-It-Yourself projects.  Of course, this usually applies to home improvement or creative home decorating ideas. While there are certain benefits to doing something yourself, an individual should consider whether this idea has its disadvantages – especially when it comes to divorce. Divorce is […]

7 May 2013 0 Comments

Making the Transition: Divorce to a New Life

ShareIs your once upon-a-time “forever” about to be over? Moving on after divorce means you need to open yourself to new experiences – look at things differently.  You, and only you, must take an active role in rebuilding your life.  A new life isn’t going to knock at your front door – you must go […]

3 May 2013 0 Comments

Family Law Frequently Asked Questions

Share As a grandparent, do I have the right to seek visitation or custody? A family law matter that is increasing in popularity is the concept of a grandparent seeking visitation rights or even custody of grandchildren. Custody is more likely if both parents lose their lives, but grandparent visitation rights may be an issue […]

11 April 2013 0 Comments

Tips for an easier divorce

Share Maintain Realistic Expectations: Don’t expect to have everything your way. As upset as you may be, and as unfair as you feel things are, if you seek complete domination, you will be disappointed. California is a no fault state, and when it comes to dividing property, awarding child support, spousal support, and working out […]

10 April 2013 0 Comments

How to control your emotions during your divorce

Share As one divorce expert explains, emotion is stronger than thought. Even if we know we should have a measured response to something — particularly when it could affect other people such as our children – we sometimes are more or less overcome by feelings. It all comes down to brain activity and what areas […]

8 April 2013 0 Comments

Divorce & Adultery

Share California led the way in no-fault divorce laws, where a spouse can get a divorce without showing any fault of the other spouse. Nonetheless, showing fault may help one spouse win custody of the children, greater alimony, and a greater share of the marital property.  This is why you need to discuss any potential […]