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When people complete a divorce that involved children and one party is given custody of them, it's not uncommon for that custodial parent to encounter a situation where he or she wants to leave the state. This may be due to a new job, a new partner or to be closer to his or her family. However, doing so with the children of the marriage is a complicated matter that's often difficult for the non-custodial parent to endure. Those facing this situation should seek the immediate help of experienced San Diego child custody lawyers. Below is a brief overview of this issue.
When people decide to pursue a California divorce, they are basically making the decision to separate one legal entity that was the marital estate into two separate estates in the eyes of California law. This can be a complicated process for many reasons, and one of the complicated issues that tends to arise involves reworking any estate planning that's previously been done. If you are facing this situation, you need to seek the help of experienced San Diego divorce lawyers. Below is a brief overview of this step in the divorce process.
A California divorce not only divides a marital estate into two separate legal entities, but it also requires several steps to be taken to make sure that no serious problems arise in the future. One of the more overlooked aspects of a California divorce is handling the estate planning issues that often arise. Overall, anyone who is in this position must make sure that he has protected his own legal interests and those of his intended heirs. The best way to handle this is to obtain the help of experienced San Diego divorce lawyers. Below is a brief overview of what should be done to make sure that any will that's in place is properly adjusted.
When people decide that it's time to pursue a California divorce, there are many things on their minds as they get started with this difficult process. There is an estate to divide and perhaps child custody and support arrangements to be agreed upon and solidified. Perhaps the last thing that spouses involved in a California divorce will think about is their credit ratings. Unfortunately, those who are not careful can suffer serious harm to their credit scores. If you are contemplating a divorce, seek the immediate help of experienced San Diego divorce lawyers. Below is an overview of this troubling issue.
Few legal processes are more draining on the parties involved than a litigated California divorce. These battles are almost always nasty, time-consuming and difficult in an emotional sense. Therefore, few if any people ever want to face the prospect of having to fight a decision that's been made by the court because they are convinced that it was wrong. Unfortunately, this step is sometimes necessary, and anyone who faces this problem will need the help of experienced San Diego divorce lawyers. Below is an overview of what it generally takes to have a divorce judgment vacated.
For many reasons, people who want to end their marriage will decide to avoid the costs and the time involved with a litigated California divorce and work towards negotiating a Marital Settlement Agreement, or an MSA. If an MSA is successfully completed by the parties and presented to the court, the marriage will be legally dissolved if the court approves the agreement. Unfortunately, there are situations that arise after the MSA has been approved that necessitate an effort to vacate that agreement. Anyone who is in this position needs to seek the immediate help of experienced San Diego divorce lawyers, and below is an introduction to this issue.
When people decide to pursue a California divorce, they are basically dissolving what the law sees as a legal entity when they divide their marital estate. This process of dissolution can be complicated, and one of the problems that can commonly arise for both parties after they think that the process is complete involves unforeseen tax consequences. Anyone who is about to go through this dissolution process should seek the help of experienced San Diego divorce attorneys as soon as possible, and below is a brief overview of this issue.
For decades, it was basically assumed that when a divorce was filed and parents contested the issue of child custody, that the mother would wind up with primary custody of the children. While statistical analyses vary somewhat in terms of the number of fathers who are awarded primary custody, the general consensus is that at least 80 percent of contested child custody issues have been decided in favor of the mother.
Marriage has long been seen as an American cultural institution, as it was the foundation for life in many ways in this country. Over the years, though, fewer people have been getting married, approximately half of the people who get married ultimately obtain a divorce and more and more people are choosing to cohabitate instead of entering into a legal marriage. Now comes word that for the first time in American history, fewer than half of all households in the United States consist of married couples.
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