In California, the state considers businesses created in a marriage as community property. During the asset division process, the non-business owning spouse is legally entitled to half of the business’s value. Business-related divorces can get complicated fast. How spouses choose … ContinuedRead More
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People often confuse divorce and dissolution. Both are closely related and pertain to ending marriage, but they operate in very different ways. If you and your spouse are headed for separation, it’s important to know the differences between divorce and … ContinuedRead More
During a divorce case, the courts will divide assets – and debts – according to state laws. There are two basic fields of law that states abide by for divorces: community property and equitable distribution. California is one of only … ContinuedRead More
A divorce can be daunting, filling either spouse with fear that he or she will lose valuable assets and properties to a soon-to-be-ex. If you didn’t sign a prenuptial agreement and have considerably more assets than your spouse, there is … ContinuedRead More
Divorces involving children are often complicated for everyone involved. Those complications increase dramatically if one or both spouses have ties to countries outside the United States. In some cases, a parent with custody of a child may attempt to abscond … ContinuedRead More