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Finally Making it Final: Bringing Your Divorce to Judgment

Even the simplest divorce – no kids, few assets, little hostility – can take a while, often surpassing California’s 6 month statutory waiting period before a divorce can be final and brought to judgment. Delays in a divorce proceeding can occur for a variety of reasons: for example, the parties may avoid dealing with paperwork needed to quickly move the … Continued

How Long Is This Going Take?

One of the most common questions family law attorneys get from their clients is “How long is this going to take?” Or, “When will this end?” While family law attorneys may not be able to provide a definitive date, or estimate, as to when the case may be over, by assessing various factors in the case, we can provide our … Continued

Young Divorcées

You’re in your late 20s or early 30s, and you’re hit with a milestone you never wanted to achieve: you’re getting divorced. Whether you made a mistake in marrying your soon-to-be ex-spouse, or realized marriage is just not a right fit for you, you are now embarking on a slight detour in the road you once thought led to “happily … Continued

Five New Year’s Resolutions to Consider during Divorce

When you’re in the midst of a divorce, the New Year becomes an even greater symbol of a new beginning and of starting over. Perhaps, the New Year’s Eve song “Auld Lang Syne” means even more to you now during your divorce when you sing the lyrics, “should old acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind?” Though you can’t … Continued

The Roles They Play

Spouses, either consciously or unconsciously, take on certain roles in marriages, whether by choice, by default or by virtue of a personality trait.  Common examples are the roles of the breadwinner and caretaker of the children. Another illustration involves the financial dealings for the family: one spouse may handle them all, while the other spouse chooses to not be involved … Continued

Wonder How To Talk to Your Kids About Divorce or Separation?

Parenting is hard work.  For most people, parenting is even harder work after separation or divorce.  One of the added challenges of parenting after separation or divorce is answering the multitude of questions children have about what has happened, including questions about where they will spend their time, about their feelings, about changes to the family, about what the law … Continued

Two Questions Most Often Asked by New Clients

Every January and February, family law attorneys meet a lot of prospective new clients.  It is my opinion that the New Year brings about the desire for action and change.   January has even been dubbed as “Divorce Month.”  Whatever is the reason and regardless of the time of year, people who face divorce or custody disputes have many questions, … Continued