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  • Be Prepared & Document Your Divorce in California
    Be Prepared & Document Your Divorce in California

    Take a financial snapshot at the time of separation. There is no way to be truly prepared for the shock of a divorce. Even if you have been discussing it for months, or even years, making that final ...

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  • How to Navigate Your Child's Transition Back Into The School Year
    How to Navigate Your Child's Transition Back Into The School Year

    As Fall begins, our children head back to school. This can create challenges for separated parents, from disagreements about which school to attend to adjusting to a new schedule. Your time with your ...

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  • Take Control, Be Empowered, Gain Positive Outcomes
    Take Control, Be Empowered, Gain Positive Outcomes

    "A clear purpose will unite you as you move forward, values will guide your behavior, and goals will focus your energy." - Kenneth H. Blanchard In a complex legal system where values, goals, and ...

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  • To Stay or Not to Stay, That is the Question!
    To Stay or Not to Stay, That is the Question!

    "Never spend your money before you have earned it."--Thomas Jefferson What if I told you that if you and your spouse reside in the same residence, despite knowing that you have separated, your spouse ...

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  • Do I Have to Pay Spousal Support?
    Do I Have to Pay Spousal Support?

    I don’t want to have to pay spousal support to my ex for the rest of our lives. Are there any options available to me? We have been married for 22 years and all three of our children are now adults. ...

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  • Equitable Does Not Mean Equal
    Equitable Does Not Mean Equal

    “Just and equitable division of property in divorce action is just as likely not to be equal.” Root v. Root , 65 P.3d 41 (Wyo. 2003) Many divorces face the issue of property division. This can be an ...

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