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Child Custody (4)

Helping Children Cope and Deal with Divorce

Helping Children Cope and Deal with Divorce A divorce, while stressful for adults, can be even more traumatic, sad and confusing for children. Regardless of their age, children may feel uncertain, angry or even guilty at the prospect of mom … Continue reading

Emancipation of Minors

Emancipation of Minors Are you a teenager considering emancipation or a parent wishing to learn more about the intricacies of the emancipation process? Generally speaking, children under the age of eighteen are considered to be minors and anyone over the … Continue reading

Child custody: things to consider in California

Child custody: things to consider in California Child custody or visitation rights are one of the most stressful aspects of a divorce case and an experienced Carlsbad family attorney can help protect your rights as a parent. Divorce is an … Continue reading

Divorce (10)

Military Divorces

Military Divorces A significant number of marriages to military personnel end in divorce. About 7.2 percent of military women reported a divorce in fiscal year 2013, according to Department of Defense (DoD) data. The overall divorce rate among men and … Continue reading

Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)

Servicemembers Civil Relief  Act (SCRA) and Family Law The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003 (SCRA), formerly known as the Soliders and Sailors Relief Act of 1940, is meant to protect military service members from being taken advantage of while … Continue reading

How Military Divorce is Different than Standard Divorce

How Military Divorce is Different than Standard Divorce Many couples are mistaken when assuming that a military divorce is the same in regards to process and requirements as a standard civilian divorce. This is not the case and couples should … Continue reading

Estate Planning (1)

Trusts can protect your assets in case of divorce

More than just for spoiled rich kids – how trusts can protect your assets in case of divorce You may think of a trust as something only for the extremely wealthy. Or you may picture spoiled rich kids living the … Continue reading

Family Law (13)

Military Divorces

Military Divorces A significant number of marriages to military personnel end in divorce. About 7.2 percent of military women reported a divorce in fiscal year 2013, according to Department of Defense (DoD) data. The overall divorce rate among men and … Continue reading

Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)

Servicemembers Civil Relief  Act (SCRA) and Family Law The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003 (SCRA), formerly known as the Soliders and Sailors Relief Act of 1940, is meant to protect military service members from being taken advantage of while … Continue reading

How Military Divorce is Different than Standard Divorce

How Military Divorce is Different than Standard Divorce Many couples are mistaken when assuming that a military divorce is the same in regards to process and requirements as a standard civilian divorce. This is not the case and couples should … Continue reading

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Military Divorces

Military Divorces A significant number of marriages to military personnel end in divorce. About 7.2 percent of military women reported a divorce in fiscal year 2013, according to Department of Defense (DoD) data. The overall divorce rate among men and … Continue reading

Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)

Servicemembers Civil Relief  Act (SCRA) and Family Law The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003 (SCRA), formerly known as the Soliders and Sailors Relief Act of 1940, is meant to protect military service members from being taken advantage of while … Continue reading

How Military Divorce is Different than Standard Divorce

How Military Divorce is Different than Standard Divorce Many couples are mistaken when assuming that a military divorce is the same in regards to process and requirements as a standard civilian divorce. This is not the case and couples should … Continue reading

Property Division (4)

Mortgaging Your Post-Divorce Future

Mortgaging Your Post-Divorce Future If you’re going through a divorce, many people could get involved and provide you support.  You hire an attorney and you work with the law firm’s staff.  You’ll be able to rely on family and friends. … Continue reading

What happens to the house following a divorce?

What happens to the house following a divorce? The home that a married couple purchased and lived in during married life is usually the most significant asset, both financially and emotionally, that a couple must address during a divorce.  How … Continue reading

Dividing Property and Debts in a Divorce

Dividing Property and Debts in a Divorce When facing divorce, often times the most difficult and time consuming task for the couple is determining how to divide the property and debts.  If both spouses are involved and working toward a … Continue reading

Trust (1)

Trusts can protect your assets in case of divorce

More than just for spoiled rich kids – how trusts can protect your assets in case of divorce You may think of a trust as something only for the extremely wealthy. Or you may picture spoiled rich kids living the … Continue reading

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Trusts can protect your assets in case of divorce

More than just for spoiled rich kids – how trusts can protect your assets in case of divorce You may think of a trust as something only for the extremely wealthy. Or you may picture spoiled rich kids living the … Continue reading