Father’s Arrears Handed to Him in Appellate Case

By | July 13, 2018

In any divorce situation, particularly those involving children, it’s ideal to reach a settlement as quickly as possible with minimal rancor. California family law  was written to promote settlement, and even allows spouses to recoup attorneys’ fees when opposing spouses intentionally frustrate the settlement process. But a recent divorce case, the separation of Kelly and… Read More »

Will I Have to Pay Alimony to My Ex Forever?

By | June 8, 2018

Will I Have to Pay Alimony to My Ex Forever? This is a question many clients will ask themselves at some point during or after a divorce proceeding. Naturally, there are feelings of bitterness in many divorces, and some spouses chafe at the thought of paying spousal support to an ex indefinitely. This page was… Read More »

Property Tracing and the Division of Community Assets

By | November 30, 2017

This article deals with family law and legal techniques that relate to the division of community property. One of the most complicated aspects of practicing family law, the question of how to equally divide a community estate, can often be contentious. This article was written to briefly discuss the legal technique known as property tracing… Read More »

Divorce and Fiduciary Duty

By | November 29, 2017

Folks in the process of getting divorced are often surprised to learn that separating spouses have a fiduciary responsibility to one another. This responsibility lasts until the divorce is finalized. If you don’t know what effect fiduciary responsibility will have on your financial transactions, or even what fiduciary means, take heart, this article was written… Read More »