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  • I Smell a Rat! When A Spouse Cheats the Other Spouse
    I Smell a Rat! When A Spouse Cheats the Other Spouse

    Wife [W] and Husband [H] married in 1996 in Provo Utah. In 1998, the couple moved to California. A year later, the couple purchased a condominium in El Monte – initially purchased as joint tenants. ...

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  • Financial Duty of Spouses to Each Other
    Financial Duty of Spouses to Each Other

    Husband [H] and Wife [W] were married in 1990 and had four children together. For the first ten years of their marriage, W stayed home with the children, and H successfully created numerous ...

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  • What to Do About Marital Financial Cheating
    What to Do About Marital Financial Cheating

    Discovering a spouse has been financially cheating in a marriage can cause numerous ill feelings including anger, guilt, fear, betrayal, embarrassment and helplessness. Letting your spouse know how ...

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  • Is Your Spouse Financially Cheating on You?
    Is Your Spouse Financially Cheating on You?

    According to Forbes Magazine, "…over half of all [financially cheating spouses] admitted hiding cash (58%) or minor purchases (54%). Of the offenders, 30% have hidden a bill, 16% have hidden a major ...

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  • Types of Marital Agreements
    Types of Marital Agreements

    Whether prior to marriage, after the marriage occurs, or as a result of divorce proceedings, marital agreements often come in to play. In California, there are three types of marital agreements: 1. ...

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  • Disability Alone Will Not Negate Custody
    Disability Alone Will Not Negate Custody

    Mother and Father lived together and had a child together. Mother was severely disabled after an automobile accident. Although she could understand, she could not speak and had no control over her ...

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