Blog Posts in October, 2013

  • What are Community Property & Quasi-Community Property?

    || 31-Oct-2013

    When dividing up property for a divorce in California, community property will need to be assessed. What is community property? Simply put, it is anything that both spouses or domestic partners own together. It is what was bought or received during the time of the marriage or partnership, but items that were received by one of the parties as a gift or inheritance are excluded. What Does ...
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  • Tips for Not Letting a Divorce Ruin Your Life

    || 30-Oct-2013

    Are you and your spouse considering the option of divorce? You may be hesitant to move forward with filing and feel as though your life is over. For many people, a divorce can mean a new beginning. It can be a positive change through which you move onto the next phase of life. It is sometimes a necessary change when the marriage is no longer healthy for you or your children. Read some tips below ...
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  • Statute of Limitations for an Annulment

    || 29-Oct-2013

    For those who are seeking the possibility of an annulment, it is important to understand that time is of the essence. There is a limit on when you can seek this possibility and failing to adhere to it may leave you with only the options of divorce or a legal separation. The deadline for filing this lawsuit is referred to as the statute of limitations. An annulment can be simpler than a divorce in ...
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