Legal Issues

Top 3 Advantages Of Virtual Divorce Mediation

By |2023-05-30T06:48:33+00:00April 20th, 2023|Dealing With Divorce, Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

Going through a divorce can be a nerve-wracking, stressful, and unpleasant experience. Furthermore, the legal process may drag on for months or even years inside the courtroom. This doesn't cost only extra time and energy but money as well. If you and your spouse can’t come to an agreement, it may be time for a neutral third party to step in. That’s why in this article, we want to introduce you to the idea of virtual divorce mediation. It’s a [...]

Tricky Divorce Tactics In California You Should Know

By |2023-05-30T06:51:37+00:00April 17th, 2023|Dealing With Divorce, Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

During a divorce in California, there may still be resentment between the spouses. If that’s the case, even in divorce mediation, things can get nasty. You’d be surprised at what lengths people go to just out of spite. So before you partake in any legal actions, it’s best to inform yourself of the trickiest tactics out there.  In this article, we’ll dive deep into some of the nastiest things a person can do during a divorce. Whether it’s child support [...]

Tips For A Successful Online Mediation

By |2023-05-30T06:53:32+00:00April 13th, 2023|Dealing With Divorce, Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

Divorce mediation is becoming an increasingly popular choice for couples looking to end their marriage. It is a more affordable and less stressful option than going through the courts, allowing the parties more control over the outcome. Online divorce mediation has been around for some time, but with the advancement of technology, it has become even more accessible and convenient. In this article, we'll explore some tips for successful online mediation for divorce in California. Source: / Photo Contributor: [...]

Types of Divorce

By |2023-05-30T06:55:19+00:00April 10th, 2023|Dealing With Divorce, Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

Types of Divorce in California: A Legal Guide for Ending a Marriage Divorce or Legal Separation is difficult no matter where or when you go through it.  The process will be dictated by the laws and practices of the state in which you and/or your spouse reside. Like all other states, California has a unique set of divorce laws, with different processes available.  In the article, we will describe the process of Divorce, also known as dissolution of marriage, in [...]

Disputes in California Divorce Mediation: Who Gets the House?

By |2023-05-30T06:57:43+00:00March 25th, 2023|Dealing With Divorce, Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

Going through a divorce is a big change. An even bigger change is what the married couple decides to do with their current home. In the state of California, there are set laws to help determine who gets the house in California divorce. Finding out who wins in a property dispute leaves couples overwhelmed to learn that there isn’t a straightforward answer. The process can go in two ways - the couple can decide on the terms just between themselves [...]

When Is A Prenuptial Agreement Unenforceable For A Divorce In California?

By |2023-05-30T12:38:40+00:00January 28th, 2023|Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

When Is A Prenuptial Agreement Unenforceable For A Divorce In California? No one goes into marriage thinking it will end in divorce, but it is a good idea to have an agreement in place. It's essential to remember that every state has different laws for divorce and prenuptial agreements. However, in most states, the divorce law is no longer applicable if a couple has a contract in place – a prenuptial agreement (aka prenup). Whether it is enforceable or unenforceable [...]

Is It Possible To Modify Or Terminate Alimony In California?

By |2023-05-30T12:42:07+00:00January 19th, 2023|Dealing With Divorce, Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

While you cannot refuse to pay alimony, you may be able to modify the court order to reduce or eliminate the amount that you are obligated to pay your spouse. Getting out of spousal support in California is possible, but it is not always easy or straightforward. To modify or terminate alimony, you will need to demonstrate to the court that there has been a significant change in circumstances since the original alimony order was issued. Source: / Photo [...]

Can I get Out of Paying Alimony in California?

By |2023-05-30T12:47:37+00:00January 3rd, 2023|Dealing With Divorce, Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

The short answer is, "yes!" If both spouses make an equal amount of money and have comparable expenses, if one spouse earns less but is fully able to support themselves, or if the spouse ordinarily entitled to alimony is already living with their new partner, you may not need to pay alimony or spousal support. Suppose you choose a method of divorce that does not involve trial or a judge's decision. In that case, more creative solutions are possible (i.e., [...]

Handling Personal Injury Claims in California Divorce

By |2023-05-30T13:12:22+00:00May 10th, 2022|Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

Going through a serious personal injury is one of the most traumatic experiences you will face in your life.In addition to the pain and trauma from the accident itself, the legal and insurance claim process usually adds to the pain. Even if you hire an attorney, the process can be long, slow, impersonal and incomprehensible. That’s why websites like PainWorth are using technology to help people calculate and settle their personal injury claim without the time, cost and conflict of attorneys—much [...]

Legal Separation and Divorce

By |2023-05-30T13:19:24+00:00August 20th, 2020|Divorce Process, Legal Issues|

There are many factors to consider when thinking about divorce. If you and your spouse are already thinking about living apart, but are considering legal separation as a next step, this article is for you. Here are some things to be aware of when making the decision. What Is “Legal Separation”? A couple can consider themselves separated as soon as they are sleeping in separate rooms. Legal separation, however, is different. In a legal separation, the two spouses remain [...]

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