When it comes time to get a divorce, there's a big difference between community property and separate property. Community property is subject to division and has to be split with your spouse. Separate property does not. Why, then, is your spouse trying to claim that...
Month: June 2020
You may have never thought you would be in this position. You and your spouse decided to go your separate ways. Now, amid all the other issues you must resolve, you try to negotiate an agreement regarding the custody of your children. However, it becomes clear that...
If you're a parent who is filing for divorce, it's important to get a temporary parenting plan in place. In fact, a temporary parenting plan is essential when it comes to protecting your interests and preserving your rights as a parent.What's a temporary parenting...
While it's no longer a constant, many women still change their surnames when they marry. If you do so and you later divorce, are you stuck with that name?Not at all. There are a few things, however, that you need to consider: Should you keep your married name?It's...
When you and your ex-spouse first divorced, the kids were small. Your job kept you busy throughout the week, so it only made sense for the kids to spend most of their time with your ex. Your child support agreement appropriately reflected the fact that the kids were...
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