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June 2014 Archives

Deployed sailor facing difficult outcome in child custody dispute

If you and your former spouse or partner can agree on a child custody arrangement for your child, then courts in California will presume that the agreed-upon plan is in the best interest of the child. You and the other parent may have to work with a mediator to come to an agreement, though, if there is a dispute over child custody issues. Mediation is always preferable to litigation, but litigation is sometimes necessary.

How to handle alimony payments or income come tax time

In many marriages, one spouse out-earns the other by a marginal to considerable amount. This is especially true in marriages where one spouse is unemployed, pursuing an educational degree or staying home to raise children. If a couple divorces, the economically disadvantaged spouse may request spousal support or alimony.

Is your soon-to-be ex-spouse using Bitcoin to hide assets?

When two people decide to get married, they enter into a contract where both individuals agree to share their lives, through both good and bad times, with one another. When a couple subsequently chooses to divorce, barring a prenuptial agreement, assets earned and obtained during the course of the marriage are to be divided equally between ex-spouses.

Confusion over California's community property laws

Divorcing couples in the Auburn area and throughout California must decide upon many issues when going through the divorce process. While certain matters related to child custody and alimony may be negotiated or decided by a judge, matters related to the division of property are largely dictated by state laws.

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