23 May 2014 0 Comments

Family conflict – What To Do and What Not To Do

ShareFamily Conflict – What To Do and What Not To Do Are you and your spouse involved in a family conflict?  Do you need help on what to do and what not to do?  It can be of some help to have a family law attorney to serve as guidance in the legal aspect. Some […]

2 May 2014 0 Comments

Tips for Having a Divorce Conversation with Your Family & Friends

ShareGoing through a divorce can be hard enough for anyone, but it seems like when family and friends get involved that conversion can be ten times more difficult to have. You don’t want to upset anyone else, or see yourself more upset, so the question is, how exactly do I have this conversation with my […]

18 April 2014 0 Comments

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for Me?

ShareMore and more couples are choosing Alternative Dispute Resolution for their divorce – a way of solving their problems without going to court. It can only work when the couple can communicate and work with each other. Divorce is not just the ending of a marriage; it is a life-changing transition which is complex, unfamiliar […]

15 April 2014 0 Comments

Navigating through Divorce

ShareEven though it seems like yesterday that you said, “I do” and promised to love each other forever and ever, sometimes people just aren’t compatible and things don’t work out. Going through a divorce or other family issue is by its very nature a hard and stressful situation – even when the situation is an […]

9 April 2014 0 Comments

Collaborative Divorce

ShareWant a gentler approach to divorce? While divorces are typically considered to be bitter battles between ex-spouses, this does not have to be the case. Many times there are spouses who no longer want to remain married, but who do not want to fight in a courtroom setting over each and every detail either. For […]

2 April 2014 0 Comments

How Long Must I Pay Child Support?

ShareEvery child deserves the right to be supported by both parents. Paying child support is an obligation – not a choice. Today, where sons and daughters remain longer in the family home, one may question the concept of childhood dependence ending at majority. In many cases, a child who turns 18 is considered an adult […]

7 January 2014 0 Comments

What are Preliminary Financial Disclosures?

ShareCalifornia is a community property state when it comes to divorce. Community property includes everything acquired during the marriage, such as assets, liabilities and pensions. An important required step in the divorce process is preparing and exchanging preliminary financial disclosures. A judge will not grant a divorce without this information. California law requires each party […]

20 December 2013 0 Comments

Help Your Teen Cope With Divorce

ShareWhen parents go through a divorce, it is not only hard on the parents but the children as well, especially teenagers. When a teenager tries to cope with a divorce, the first thing they may try and do is place blame. Sometimes they believe they were to blame because of their grades or behavior. What […]

9 December 2013 0 Comments

Falling Out Of Love

ShareHave you heard the expression that all happy families are alike, but every unhappy family has its own unique reason for being unhappy? The same applies to a couple who decides to end their marriage. They have their own personal and unique reasons for discord. Can you relate to any of the following? Financial problems […]

6 December 2013 0 Comments

Is There Life After Divorce?

ShareDid you wake up one morning and learn that your husband of 15 years wants a divorce? The divorce rate in California is very high; everyone’s divorce story is different. You may have been married for 15 years; another person maybe only a year. You may have children; another person maybe not. Perhaps you’re relieved […]