Blog Posts in January, 2015

Child Custody Evaluations in California

By law in California, both parents initially are considered to be equally capable of raising their child in a healthy, safe environment. The law also initially considers it is in the best interest of ...
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Ending a Marriage in California

In California, there are three ways in which to legally end (i.e., dissolve) a marriage: Death of one of the spouses Dissolution of marriage Nullity of Marriage (judgment saying there never was a ...
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Community Debts in California Law

In California, payment of most debt acquired during the marriage is considered the responsibility of both spouses. Debt acquired before marriage or after the spouses separate is the responsibility of ...
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Classifying Property by California Law and Why

There are three types of property classifications in California law: community property, separate property, and quasi-community property. It is important to know the differences between them, because ...
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