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California Divorce FAQ

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When you are facing divorce, the future is uncertain. Matters can be even more confusing since most people have little experience with the divorce process, which can be complex and confusing. Always contact a divorce lawyer in Carlsbad with your questions prior to a divorce. The following are some frequently asked questions from our clients. What are the requirements…

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Modifying Your Child Custody Order in California

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A child custody order may suit your circumstances for a while, though situations change and certain provisions of your custody arrangement may not be appropriate or feasible. If you would like to modify your child custody order, you need to take certain legal steps. If you simply start refusing to comply with the existing order, you could face consequences…

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Providing for Your Children in Your Will

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If you pass away without a will, California intestate laws will determine how the court will distribute your estate. For example, if you have children and no spouse, your children will inherit your entire estate. If you have a spouse, your spouse will get all of your shared community property, and your separate property will be divided between your…

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Address Your Estate Plan during the Divorce Process

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If you decide to end your marriage, there is a lot to think about and address. You need to decide how to separate your property, divide time with your children, and more. You also will have a lot of legal paperwork to deal with as your Carlsbad Estate Planning attorney obtains court approval for the divorce. Unfortunately, there is…

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What Happens to Your House in a California Divorce?

The housing prices in California are some of the highest in the United States, and many married couples work hard to purchase their own house. Houses are not only some of the most valuable assets couples have, but they can also become a treasured family home. If a married couple decides to get a divorce, what happens to the…

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FAQ About Child Support in California

When two parents decide to part ways, often the first order of business is the children. Deciding upon child custody arrangements and calculating child support payments are two of the main areas in any family divorce. Because every family is different, many people have questions about how child support will affect their unique case. While only a qualified child…

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3 Myths About Spousal Support in California

For those heading into divorce proceedings, finances are often a top concern. This is especially true for the lesser-earning spouse, who may have been at least partially dependent on the higher-earning spouse for basic needs. In most states, including California, spousal support (also called alimony) is the main way that people receive financial assistance, so they can rebuild their…

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Tips for Your Child Custody Hearing

If you are in the midst of a legal separation or divorce, and you have children from that relationship, the aspects surrounding your kids are likely front and center. Agreeing upon things like child custody and child support can make up the bulk of your legal mediations, and can also be the source of a lot of grief and…

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Don’t Sabotage Your Divorce

When we think of the word “divorce,” it often brings up feelings of anger, betrayal, hostility, and stress. While many divorces are completed without much drama, there are still many cases that include far more difficulty than they need to. If you are headed for divorce, and you wish to move things forward quickly and easily, it’s important to…

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Paternity Testing: What You Need to Know

In cases involving children, such as adoption, child custody, and child support cases, it’s important to establish paternity of the minor(s) in question. You may know who the father is, but when it comes to legal matters, testing may be advised. This is especially true in cases where the child’s father does not recognize their child or may be…

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